I would like to take this question further.
I too have 2 object on top of each other and I want the top one to cover the bottom, like in the case of a cross.
I also want to move the top from time to time without having to do anything. 2D maybe give it a surface?!
if you just want to move the overlaying object, create the geometry first, then use either wipeout or create a hatch (on a layer with truecolor 255,255,255/clean white) and make a block from your line-geometry and the wipeout or hatch.
As a block is one object then you can move it easily and you don't have to worry about anything like associativity or draworder or ....
- alfred -
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