View Attributes Dialog, Presentation Section
| Controls how the contents of a view display.
|Open Display Styles Dialog
|Display Styles dialog , which is used to define and manage display styles in the active file.
Reference clipping is defined relative to the world coordinates, and the clipped volume will therefore remain the same in all views. Furthermore, it is possible to define a clipping boundary for a reference by selecting an element in the master file rather than a fence. Any closed planar element (shape, circle, ellipse, complex shape, grouped hole etc.) may be selected. Modifying the clip element causes the view to redisplay automatically to reflect the new clipping boundary.
Note: Reference clipping boundaries are defined with the Set Reference Clip Boundary tool.
Note: See Perspective projection for information about using the view camera.
If on, a front clipping plane is active in a view.
|(Enter) Data Fields
| Fast Curves is no longer available through the View
Attributes dialog. It is only available through its key-in.
Note: To set up or modify grid units, refer to the section c-Using the Grid.
Note: To set level symbology overrides, use the Level Manager dialog ( ).
If off, all elements with custom line styles display with the standard solid line style (0). Turning Line Styles off can decrease view update time.
If off, all elements display with a line weight of zero. Turning Line Weights off can decrease view update time.
Markers are displayed in the model. When you click the down
arrow next to the icon, you get list of detailing symbols available in the
model. Select the required check box for viewing the markers of the respective
detailing symbol. Also, if your design has constraints applied, you will find
the display toggle of the constraints in this same list of detailing symbols.
|(Technology Preview) Item Type Text
|(Technology Preview) Text Field Background
|The Global Brightness slider lets you adjust the brightness of the elements. Only available with Display Styles of Shaded and above.