We use about 16 different ortho photos we use for maps. I have changed imageframe 0 1 2 and frame 0 1 2 3 in about every possible combination. The Tiff file will not show borders, but I can still select it and snap to it. I want the borders off I am using map 2012. Am I missing another variable? At one time the borders stayed off and I couldn't accidentally snap to the corners.
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how did you reference the images? Via FDO or by MAPIINSERT?
Have you tried to run _AUDIT?
Have you installed RasterDesign?
- alfred -
I used Mapiinsert and I have run the audit with no errors. I have even tried it on several different computers. It used to work with earlier versions. Any other ideas?
I just checked the help file for "IMAGEFRAME" and it has a hyperlink to "FRAME" - Under "FRAME" it states that this variable overrides Imageframe, dwfframe......
setting FRAME to 0 doesn't change anything (for me) if I inserted the images via _MAPIINSERT.
But setting IMAGEFRAME to 0 solves it for me ... the frames disappear on the screen.
If you set FRAME to 2, then IMAGEFRAME to 0 (that was the exact order I used the command) what happens to your current or to a new drawing?
At least does it also be print the image-borders? Also if you set IMAGEFRAME to 2 where the frames should be displayed but not plotted?
- alfred -
what file-format do the images have?
I can't reproduce this problem (TIFF), sorry for the moment.
- alfred -
That's ok. Autodesk called me yesterday and I showed them the problem. Tried everything, still does not work. I just want the image to show up and not be able to select or snap to the image border. We use several ariel photo's each one is about 5 miles x 5 miles and I have to work in areas that are about 50 to 500 ft. It is just a pain when I am working on the edges of the images and it snaps 5 miles up, down, or anywhere. The best part is if I do an erase with a crossing and I just happen to select a border and I have to reload the ariel photo's. I do turn the osnaps off except when I am drawing along several polygons or topo lines that I need the osnaps. The older versions worked with imageframe set to 0 and frame to 0, It would not select or snap to any photo's edges. When I need to borders I used to just turn it back on (Imageframe 1).
Set IMAGEFRAME to 0 to turn the frames off
Set FRAMESELECTION to 0 to turn off the selection, otherwise you can still select the images with the frames turned off.
It should resolve your troubles
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