Not sure if anyone else has come up against this problem -
I have a Floor Plan View and it was modelled up everything good displays and prints correctly (drawing 2 on the attached pdf)
I have another Floor Plan View which was create via duplicating the first one - therefore the majority of the drawing is the same. However, the filled region through the centre of the duplicated view is obscuring the other modelled objects when it is printed. The region is set to transparent (as can be seen when it is viewed on screen) the filled region has been sent to back, and the other objects are all on exactly the same layers in both documents (as they are identical apart from other noting which has nothing to do with the actual filled region).
Does anyone know why the filled region would be obscuring the objects in one drawing and not the other?
The only way I can find to get the objects to print which are "covered" by the filled region is to turn the region off, which defeats the purpose as it is there for a reason!?
This happens with hard copy printing and also to pdf.
Printer is set to raster printing ( I have heard some other forums saying to set to raster rather than vector)
I just ran into the same thing. You said that your problem was on a duplicated view as was mine. That made me think that it might be caused by the view having a parent view. Once I set the Parent View setting to none everything was as it should be. WOOHOO!