AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

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Wipeout

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03-02-2010 04:30 PM
Hi, Is there any way to wipeout part of a model in a viewport, without it effecting the same model in a differant viewport?

Re: Wipeout

03-03-2010 04:30 AM in reply to: Ronaldo54
Put it on it's own drawing layer then freeze it in the other vports.

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"Ronaldo54" wrote in message news:6347547@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi, Is there any way to wipeout part of a model in a viewport, without it
effecting the same model in a differant viewport?
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Re: Wipeout

03-03-2010 06:44 PM in reply to: Ronaldo54
Cheers m8
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Re: Wipeout

03-04-2010 10:10 AM in reply to: Ronaldo54
Depending on what effect you want. There is also a keyhole viewport. Create a region by subtracting an inner polyline representing the keyhole from an outer pline forming the outside of the viewport. Then create a viewport based on that region. The 'keyhole" will not show any of the model.
Allen

Re: Wipeout

03-04-2010 10:12 AM in reply to: Ronaldo54

Forgot about that but I wonder if that works with
anything in the Display Manger other than dwg objects.


 

 


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Depending
on what effect you want. There is also a keyhole viewport. Create a region by
subtracting an inner polyline representing the keyhole from an outer pline
forming the outside of the viewport. Then create a viewport based on that
region. The 'keyhole" will not show any of the
model.
Allen
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Re: Wipeout

03-04-2010 01:13 PM in reply to: Ronaldo54
How about using a wipeouts in layout space to mask the model? You can wipeout a portion of one viewport while leaving the others in tact.

Patrick
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