I have 2 images that I need to see on 2 diferent views. On one view I need to see image A over image B. On the other view I need to see image B over image A. When I do the display order, it reflects on both views, so I have the same order on both views.
How can I avoid this, so that I can see different display orders depending on the view?
Hope I was clear enough.
p.S I am usinf AutoCAD 2010.
reference image A twice, on different layers. Within the viewports you can then freeze (viewport-freeze) layer A1 and in the other A2. In the draworder you can then set A1 under B under A2
HTH, - alfred -
thank you for your answear.
However I am using viewports on model space. ( Set Viewports - Two: Vertical).
In former versions of CAD I was able to do it, because when I made the draw order, only one viewport would refresh. Then I got 2 viewports, one with one image on top, the other with the same image below.
Should there be any kind of system variable to do that?
Any help would be appreciated.
>> Should there be any kind of system variable to do that?
You may play with sysvar SORTENTS (>>>details<<<), but I would then switch to a layout with viewports instead of tiled modelspace (e.g. for 3D-construction I have a layout not for printing, just for construction and that works very well).
- alfred -
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