I'm trying to use my Civil 3D Infrastructure suite more and as a push to make me do so, I thought I would use BaseJump to insert some imagery into a drawing. With my previous version of ACAD (Land Desktop 2008), when I brought in a raster image, I could adjust the image's brightness, contast and fade via Image Adjust. I need this feature, as some imagery is too dark to see any text or features that I place on top of it. By changing the brightness and fade, I am able to watermark the imagery enough to see everything necessary on the drawing.
When using BaseJump to import Bing Maps into Civil 3D 2013, I am unable to initiate the Image Adjust command to change the Bing image. I can type "imageadjust" in the command line and the command will start, but I am unable to select the image.
Is this a feature that can be enabled for use with BaseJump or is this not possible due to how BaseJump accesses Bing's database? I would hate to not be able to use BaseJump for this simple issue.
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