It is possible to upload additional sheets to a new or an existing project at any time. When creating a new project, you can upload any kind of sheets before or after adding the 360° images. Sheets can be uploaded as .pdf, .jpg, or .png. It is also possible to add .pdfs with multiple pages but only import a single page.
1.1 Upload sheets to a new project
When you first create a new project the Upload dialog will appear automatically. Either drag and drop the desired number of sheets at once on the highlighted area (as shown in the image below) or click to browse for the files on your computer. It is possible to add one or more sheets at a time.
After selecting one or more sheets, the dialogue ‘Import Sheet to Project‘ is shown. Skip to section 1.3 to continue.
1.2 Upload sheets to an existing project
To upload one or more sheets to an existing project or a project already containing any scenes, click on the + button in the lower left of the project panel. And proceed as described in 1.1.
1.3 Import and crop the sheet file
After uploading the sheet files as described above, you will be asked to adjust and confirm each sheet individually. In the upper right corner, you can see the number of the currently displayed sheet and the total number of sheets about to be added. Below the image of your sheet, you find the name of the file you are currently editing. This name will later be the one shown in the added sheets list. If you want to rename a sheet afterwards, right-click on its name in the list.
As shown below, rotate or crop the current sheet to the desired layout and click the green check mark to save your changes. When finished editing, add the current sheet to the project by clicking the ‘ADD‘ button in the lower right corner. Proceed for each image of your batch upload alike.
1.4 Upload sheet in high-res
In addition to cropping and rotating your sheet, you can also make it ‘high-res’. In order to make the projects load faster, standard sheets are being automatically reduced in their resolution. For large floor plans, this might make it difficult to see all details. However, your projects will load faster in general.
If you really need to see the details on your sheet, you can enable ‘High-Res. Sheet’. By default, ‘High-Res. Sheet’ is turned off. To turn it on, toggle the switch next to the cropping tool from ‘OFF’ to ‘ON’.
2 Connect your sheets with scenes
To view a sheet, simply click on the sheet element in the project panel. The sheet will be displayed in the sheet map next to the project panel. Any uploaded sheets can be found in the project panel. Alternatively, select another sheet to be shown in the sheet map from the drop-down menu of the sheet map. Click on the name of the currently displayed sheet at the top of the sheet map to open the drop-down menu. Select an entry in the drop-down menu to display another sheet.
2.1 Adding waypoints of scenes to file under a sheet
A scene can be filed below a sheet in the project panel but have no waypoint or hotspot on this sheet. Scenes without a waypoint are marked with a gray icon instead of a yellow one.
Click and hold the scene element and place it to the corresponding location on the sheet. Proceed like described above to place other scenes already filed under this sheet.
2.2 Connecting unfiled scenes to a sheet by creating a waypoint
Click on the corresponding sheet element in the project panel to show it in the sheet map. Now, drag and drop any of the unconnected scenes or time-travel scenes from the project panel to the sheet. Release the scene on the location you want to place the waypoint on the sheet as shown in figure 6.
Alternatively, you can select another sheet and proceed as described above to assign scenes to this sheet. Scenes that are not yet assigned to a sheet are marked with a gray icon instead of a yellow icon.
3. Manage your sheets
When you have uploaded multiple sheets, you have different possibilities to work with them. The following subsections explain how to change the currently displayed sheet (subsection 3.1), how to exchange two sheets (subsection 3.2), change the corresponding sheet of a scene (subsection 3.3), delete scenes and waypoints from a sheet (subsection 3.4), and remove a sheet (subsection 3.5).
3.1 Change currently displayed sheet
To view another sheet than the currently displayed sheet, you have two possibilities. You can either select the sheet in the project panel by clicking on the sheet element directly or on one of the scenes filed under this sheet. click on the sheet or scene in the project panel to show the sheet in the sheet map.
Or, you can change the displayed sheet directly in the sheet map. Click on the name of the current sheet at the top of the sheet map, opening a drop-down menu as depicted below. In this drop-down menu, the names of all sheets of the current project are listed. To select a sheet, simply click on its name in the menu. The scene shown in the background will not change.
3.2 Exchange or remove sheets
If an updated sheet becomes available while a project is already being worked on it can be necessary to replace the sheet in a project.
In order to exchange or remove a sheet first select the sheet by clicking on it in the project panel on the left side. A little thumbnail view will show the selected sheet at the top of the project panel.
You can exchange the sheet by clicking on the little icon displaying opposing arrows, as shown below.
In order to exchange or remove a sheet you also need to first select the sheet by clicking on it in the project panel on the left side.
Then click on the little bin icon next to the sheet. A dialog will open to confirm you want to remove the sheet. Please note that this will also remove all waypoints that have been created on that sheet.
Presse 'OK' to remove the sheet and all waypoints placed upon it.