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Control the Display of Objects (Isolation)

Control the Display of Objects (Isolation)

Control the Display of Objects (Isolation)

The isolation commands control the visibility of objects by isolating or hiding a selection set. Use ISOLATEOBJECTS and HIDEOBJECTS to create a temporary drawing view with selected objects isolated or hidden.

The commands are used to create a temporary view of the document when you need to hide the selected objects, or isolate - leave visible only the selected objects, hiding all others.

 

The commands for controlling the display of objects are located in context menu and Tools – Isolate Objects menu:

·         Isolate Objects

·         Hide Objects

·          Undo isolation step

·          Redo isolation step

·          Unisolate objects in current layout

·          Unisolate objects in all layouts

·         Unisolate objects

NOTE: Isolation and undo is independent of the general undo-redo mechanism (UNDO/REDO). For example, you can isolate a set of objects, edit them, and then roll the isolation back to a previous visibility state. In this case, all changes for the edited objects will remain.

Control the display of objects placed in the menu of  Toggle Isolate button in status bar.

Isolate objects mode:

Persistent isolation

Selected objects stay hidden or isolated after save, close and reopen of drawing.

Temporary isolation

Selected objects are isolated or hidden in the current program session.

Button form and menu composition depends on the presence of hidden and isolated objects:

 - there are no hidden and isolated objects in the drawing.

Available functions:

Isolate objects

Hide objects

 - there are hidden and isolated objects in the drawing.

Available functions:

Isolate more objects

Hide more objects

Unisolate objects

 

 

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