Level Properties Dialog, General Tab
Contains controls that are used to set general options and symbology for a level.
|Name||Lists the name of the selected level.|
|Description||Lists a description of the selected level.|
|File Name||Lists the name of file that the selected level is from. This file can be a reference or a level library.|
|Library||Lists the name of a library file, if one is used.|
|Number||Lists the level number.|
|Priority|| (2D models only) Identifies the level display priority value. A level with the highest priority value displays in front, while a level with the lowest priority value displays in back. Reference and element priority values also affect the display.
|Transparency|| Identifies the level transparency value. A value of 0 indicates no transparency and a value of 100% indicates almost complete transparency.
|Display||If on, turns on global display of the level. If off, the elements on the level are not displayed. However, if a cell placed on the level has elements in other levels, those elements are displayed.|
|Freeze||If on, freezes the selected level. When a level is frozen, elements on the level are not displayed. If a cell placed on the level has elements on other levels, none of the elements are displayed.|
|Lock||If on, elements on this level cannot be edited.|
|Plot||If on, elements on this level can be printed. If off, the elements cannot be printed.|
|Symbology: ByLevel|| Lists default settings for level symbology (Color, line Style, line Weight). When an element that uses ByLevel symbology is placed on the level, the element uses the symbology settings assigned to the level.
|Symbology: Overrides|| Lists override symbology (Color, line Style, line Weight) settings, which are view-dependent alternate settings for level symbology. When an element is placed on the selected level, it uses the symbology settings assigned to the level. To enable the view override settings, open the View Attributes dialog and turn on Level Overrides.