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Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 11:40:36 AM | bring to front/send to back?

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I've got a number of renderings that I want to layer in a certain order on one sheet. Is there a way to adjust the position of views on a sheet? i.e. bring one to the front and send another to the back?

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Fri, Apr 30, 2004 at 12:38:19 AM | RE: bring to front/send to back?

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I can't say if this will work or not as i haven't investigated it. But i'd say that it would make sense that the layering would be effected by what order you place the renderings on the sheet. That is the first rendering would be at the back. So if you place them on the sheet in the right priority it should work. Alternatively you could export the rendering to a JPG and then load it back in and place them on the sheet that way they should come up with priority boxes at the top of the screen. Hope this helps, Chris.

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Fri, Apr 30, 2004 at 9:39:45 AM | RE: bring to front/send to back?

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I've already tried placing them on the sheet in different orders, but it always comes out the same. I'll try placing jpg's, thanks for the tip. edit: I just realized that the renderings do overlay in the order placed, but I also have 2 shaded line drawings which always overlay on top of the renderings (also in the order placed)...but I want them behind!!! Post edited on 2004-04-30 09:50:20

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Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 10:31:23 AM | bring to front/send to back?

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As of 2011 it does work based on the order that the images are placed on the sheet.


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Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 7:47:02 AM | bring to front/send to back?

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Has this been addressed in r2014?   Whithout really trying all the possibilities, I deleted and re-inserted overlapping views on the sheet in the desired order, and it seemed to work.  these were views, not renderings, they seemed to "layer" in the desired order. 


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