Above element

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The green line is below the yellow cell
I want the blue line to be above the yellow line
I tried keywords 'Show on top' and 'above element' but still can't find

I use microstation V8i, DGN 2D V7 up to V8

I hope Mr. Jan and friends will help

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  • The green line is below the yellow cell
    I want the blue line to be above the yellow line
    After searching for the keyword 'priority', I found instructions

    MicroStation element (and level) priority has been part of the product since MicroStation XM.  Another term for that is Z-order, used for example in 2D drawing tools such as Adobe Illustrator. 

    It's poor practise to uses words such as above and below, because MicroStation is a 3D tool, and those words mean something in a 3D model.  Z-order also introduces confusion in MicroStation because it means something different in a 3D model.

    I use MicroStation V8i, DGN 2D V7 up to V8

    As  comments, all the above refers to DGN files created by MicroStation XM and later. Earlier versions of MicroStation V8 don't support element priority, nor do V7 DGN files.

     
    Regards, Jon Summers
    LA Solutions

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  • The green line is below the yellow cell
    I want the blue line to be above the yellow line
    After searching for the keyword 'priority', I found instructions

    MicroStation element (and level) priority has been part of the product since MicroStation XM.  Another term for that is Z-order, used for example in 2D drawing tools such as Adobe Illustrator. 

    It's poor practise to uses words such as above and below, because MicroStation is a 3D tool, and those words mean something in a 3D model.  Z-order also introduces confusion in MicroStation because it means something different in a 3D model.

    I use MicroStation V8i, DGN 2D V7 up to V8

    As  comments, all the above refers to DGN files created by MicroStation XM and later. Earlier versions of MicroStation V8 don't support element priority, nor do V7 DGN files.

     
    Regards, Jon Summers
    LA Solutions

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