This article explains what views are and how you can edit them. In Solibri, a view is window which has a specific toolbar and can be added to a layout. Views can be moved, docked and maximized. They have context menus that contain view-specific commands, and you can open the view-specific menu by right-clicking inside the view:
The default layouts have their default views, but Solibri also contains additional views that you can add to any layout. You can see the list of views which can be added to layouts by clicking Views in the top right corner of the Layout bar.
The article covers the following topics:
To add a view:
Go to the layout to which you want to add a view.
Click Views on the top right corner of the layout bar.
Select the view you want to add. The view opens and is placed undocked in the centre of the screen.
Grab the view from the raster area below the heading (highlighted in the image below) and drag and dock the view into desired location:
To move a view:
Move the cursor to the view name. The cursor icon changes.
Press and hold down the mouse button.
Drag the view into a new position. The location that the dragged view will occupy is indicated by a rectangle that is drawn over the view location where the mouse is dragged.
If you drag it over another view, that view will be split, and another view location is generated for the newly dragged view.
To adjust the relative size of two views:
Click the window icon on the upper right corner of the view:
Select one of the following options:
Maximize/Restore: Maximizes the view so that it fills the entire window. To restore it, click Restore.
Dock/Undock: Docks a view into a certain position in the current layout. To toggle the view back to a floating state, click Undock.