Sometimes you need to tile a step, a countertop, a small wall, or whichever 3D object in the scene has a surface.
You can do that proceeding this way: open the Navigation window, and move the point of view so that you can see the face you want to tile. Open the Coverings section in the components window, and search for the tile you want to apply to that surface.
Click, in the Options panel, the Floor button (as you can see in red square pointed out by letter A, in the next image).
In the destination field, select Surface (as you can see in red square pointed out by letter B).
Check, also, the grout size and color before applying the tile. Now you are ready to drag the tile over the surface. Keep the left mouse button pressed while you are moving the in scene. You will see that the Application will highlight (in a light and pale yellow) the surface you are moving the mouse over. Drop the tile just when you are over the needed surface. You’ll see that face covered with the tile you selected. The same process can be done with dynamic patterns too, in case you want to apply multiple formats patterns.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions