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Using Digger

The Digger tool lets you zoom parts of your model, change opacity and visibility.

  1. Click in the viewport, and then press Space Bar.

    Digger appears in the viewport.

  2. Move Digger over your model by dragging the Digger ring.

    Digger magnifies the area inside the ring.

  3. On the Digger ring, click Show/Hide Tools .

    Additional icons appear around Digger.

  4. Click each of the four tools on the upper-left side of Digger (Zoom , Cutting Plane , X-Ray , Onion Skin ) and drag the percentage handle to see the effect on the model.
  5. Drag Digger off the model to an empty area of the viewport.
  6. Drag the Change Center of Interest tool onto your model.

    An attach line connects Digger and your model, and that area of the model appears in Digger.



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