I want to use a drawing planview as an underlay to draw some extra's who need attention.
So I want to print the complete reference in a grey color, so new added elements are more visible.presentation of DV is set to "synchronize view: All settings
What is the best way to have this done?If I try to adjust colors in the reference properties settings, the display is changed the way I want,but the colors in the printed (pdf) file are not adjustedsure, the check mark is checked near "print Adjusted Colors"what else can be blocking the adjustment for colors
the print was made in the file where the adjustment is set, a direct print, also a sheet-print where this drawing file is attached, gives exact the same result
I've tried a normal model file, a drawing model and a sheet model - all the samethe adjusted colors are only visible on screen, not in the print
only added elements in the drawing views are in adjusted colors, noting generated by the drawing view is adjusted
which PDF printer do you use
4314.pdf_NO levels.pltcfgthis one
the method with level overrides does NOT work for drawing views
we always use a container file (empty) with references to different files to make the drawing views,
making level overrides in the drawing file does not affect the files containing all elements so nothing is greyed out...
here I want a grey underlay, in an other file I want something else, so NO I can not set the level override in the file containing the elements
Well that is a very interesting subject!
How is reference on/off, levels on/off, level symboly etc controlled in a Building View. Where in the hierachy of nested references is it set and when does a setting prevail or is overrun.
And how can it be managed over many BVs/Drawings/files.
Deserves its own thread!
regards /Thomas Voghera