When I start panning a drawing in AutoCAD 2011, it immediately assumes a color of the background. Is there any way to prevent that from happening (so a drawing stays as it is while being panned)? Thanks.
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What you are asking doesn't make much sense. Or, at least, my feeble brain can't make sense of it.
What exactly is it that 'assumes a color of the background'?
Are you saying the objects (lines and circles, etc.) of the drawing become the same collor as the background and you can no longer see them?
When I was a little bitty boy, my grandmother bought me a cute little toy. Silver bells hangin' on a string... she told me it was my ding-a-ling-a-ling!
I am working with map images creating pavement marking plans. The background color is currently grey. When I start panning, the map itself becomes grey, too. All I can see is whatever I drew - solid and broken white line and whatever.
that is not the drawing backround, just fyi. the RASTER IMAGE you have inserted is the object thats becomming transparent, just to clarify.
im not sure how to maintain images while panning
that should get it taken care of for you, if not let us know