Hardi Lepiksaar

Layer Isolate in AutoCAD?

Question by Hardi Lepiksaar

How do I isolate my layers in AutoCAD without screening all the others back?

Example... When I turn on layer isolate you can still layers in the background, and I was wondering how can I isolate layers and not see other layers screened in background.........

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Bill DeShawn
Answered on 13 Oct, 2011 02:48 PM

You can use LASF.lsp from my website. That isolates layers by setting current to the first object picked and all other objects layers selected will also not be frozen, but all objects layers not selected will be frozen. LASF = LAYER SET - FREEZE THE REST. It also has an UNLASF function to return the layer settings to their previous setting. That, however, does not work for XREF layers.
http://my.sterling.net/~bdeshawn
Look for Free AutoLISP/Visual Lisp routines.

 
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Hardi Lepiksaar
Answered on 13 Oct, 2011 10:14 PM

You have a very nice website.Thank you for the help.

 
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