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Wipeout

Wipeout

Wipeout

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KeyboardOK Command line: WIPEOUT

This command creates a polygonal area that masks underlying objects with the current background color.

The wipeout area is bounded by a frame that you can turn on for editing and turn off for plotting. You can convert a closed polyline consisting of line segments into a masking object.

Options:

Undo

Undo the last specified point.

This option allows you to undo all the specified points except the start point.

Close

Closes the boundary and ends the command.

Polyline

Create a mask boundary from an existing closed polyline.

Frames

Select the visibility of the boundaries.

The following prompt is displayed:

Enter mode <ON> or [ON/OFF]:

Options:

ON      - Display the boundaries.

OFF     - Hide the boundaries.

Options:

Specify start point or [Frames/Polyline]:

Specify the point.

Specify next point <Start tangent>:

Specify the next point.

Specify next point <Start tangent> or [Undo]:

Specify the next point.

Specify next point <Start tangent> or [Undo/Close]:

Specify all subsequent points defining the boundary inside which is necessary to hide the objects.

Specify next point <Start tangent> or [Undo/Close]:

Press ENTER or select the Close option to end the command.

When you create the boundary from closed polyline, the following prompts are displayed:

Specify start point or [Frames/Polyline]:

Select the Polyline option.

Select closed polyline:

Select the polyline.

Erase polyline? [Yes/No]:

Select the necessary option.

When you create the boundary in the frames mode, the following prompts are displayed:

Specify start point or [Frames/Polyline]:

Select the Frames option.

Enter mode <ON> or [ON/OFF]:

Select the required option.

note: Selecting the boundary visibility mode affects all mask objects on the drawing.

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