My project has some Linked CAD-files (drawn in layer Foreground). E.g. a bed (lines and solid-hatches).
Above this I have added a Detail Item with measurement (set to front).
1. When I print my project as Vector Processing I get a result as in attachment 'VectorPrint': Lines of the Linked CAD are above the text of the measurement, but the solid-hatches are below the text "4050".
2. When I print my project as Raster Processing I get a result as in attachment 'RasterPrint': Lines of the Linked CAD are under the text of the measurement. This is what I want. But when I print with Raster Processing, the image is worse than with Raster Processing: more spotty like JPEG-files.
How to get the image-quality of Vector Processing and the draw-order of Raster Processing?
(See attachments also.)
Are you using a pdf creator? Or just printing directly from Revit?
Fernanda Lima Firman
Revit Support Specialist
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When I print as Vector Processing the result is wrong. When I use Raster Processing the result is as expected, but image-quality is like JPEG, so less good. It doesn't make a difference if I use a pdf creator or a direct print.