A view model stores settings for a view window. Therefore, just like the GUI, the view model collection is shared between opened projects. When you swap from a project to another one, the GUI and the view model library it uses remain the same. When you load a new project with a customized GUI, all opened projects will use the new GUI and new view models.
The Popup Menu
New Creates a new view model object.
Cut Cuts the selected view model to the Realsoft 3D view model clipboard.
Copy Copies the selected view model to the Realsoft 3D view model clipboard. The selected view model stays in the library.
Paste Pastes a view model from the Realsoft 3D clipboard to the current library.
Duplicate Creates a duplicate of the selected view model. The duplicate is placed to the end of the library.
Delete Deletes the selected view model. The clipboard will not change.
Delete All Deletes all view models. The program displays a warning before deletion.
Delete Duplicates Removes objects which duplicate a name of an earlier object. After the operation, every view model has an unique name.
Purge Deletes all unused view models.
Copy to a File Opens a file browser. The selected view model is then saved to a defined disk file.
Paste from a File Opens a file browser. The view models from a selected disk file will be loaded to the current view model library.
Rename Activates a rename box for the selected view model.
Properties.. Opens the object property window.
Dragging a view model to a view window assigns the view model for the view. If the view model is already in use, a duplicate is created first (view models cannot be shared).
See also: Reference Manual/Models/View Models.