- Sun Feb 07, 2016 8:22 am
SU2016 is supported by the 3.2.5 plugin on the early builds page; to provide direction, I'd first need to know if by saying it doesn't show, you mean that the plugin installer doesn't show the option to install for SU2016, or that it does, but after having run the installer, the plugin doesn't show up in SU2016. I would also need to know which operating system you are on.
The most likely causes for the option not appearing in the installer would be, on OSX, that SketchUp is installed in a non-standard location, or that the installer does not have permission to find out whether the SketchUp directory exists; in this case, a manual installation would be necessary, as described in the readme file in the download. On Windows, the option should appear regardless, and you should be prompted to provide the path to SketchUp.
The most likely cause for the plugin not showing up in SketchUp (given an apparently-successful installation) would be that it is disabled in Window > Preferences > Extensions. In theory, it is supposed to be enabled automatically, but there are cases where that doesn't happen.
Another possibility, on Windows, is that you have installed the 32-bit version of SketchUp 2016, which is not supported; on SU2015 and SU2016, we support only the 64-bit version of SketchUp.
One final possibility, on either Windows or OSX, is that SU2016 was installed after the plugin; in this case, it would simply be necessary to run the plugin installer again, so that it can detect the SU2016 installation and install the plugin for SU2016. Note as well, that it can be necessary in some cases to re-run the installer after having allowed SketchUp to update itself to a new SU maintenance release.
Next Limit Team