For this purpose, you can clip xrefs so that you see only the portion you need. It’s similar to cropping an image in an image-editing program. Tipster Don Bentz shares an easy way to get referenced files or blocks to display specific parts inside AutoCAD. “Many users are familiar with. Thread: can’t get rid of boundary on Xclip By gstankus in forum AutoCAD Civil 3D – General. Replies: 6. Last Post: ,

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Create an XCLIP | AutoCAD Tips

Here you see an xref with a polygonal clip. February 27, at 8: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here January 28, at 9: December 20, at 3: Bill Wolf January 21, at 3: By continuing to autoca this website, you agree to their use. September 6, at 1: Autocax you have a clipping boundary, you can use the command again and choose the OFF option to re-display the entire xref or block.


April 8, at 5: While we don’t collect cookies, some of our 3rd-party services such as PayPal and WordPress do, to give you a safer and better browsing experience. Then specify two corners of the rectangle to clip the xref or block. October 17, at 2: How can you modify objects that are in a xclip then have the xclip back to where it sclip originally with the new modifications?

How to control what you see by clipping xrefs and blocks

Thus I often accidentally move or erase xclip blocks. This site uses cookies.

Press Enter to use the default Rectangular sub-option. Xcljp 12th, Tags: Is it less demanding for the computer to handle a small xclip of a large file than having the whole xref visible?

August 12, at How is a way to hide the boundary lines as in CAD version Specify the Polygonal sub-option and pick points to specify a multi-sided shape to clip the xref or block Specify the Select Polyline sub-option. You are commenting using your Twitter account. June 29, at 3: This could be causing the issue Jim Mitchell December 20, at 3: August 16, at For this purpose, you can clip xrefs so that you see only the portion you need.


October 1, at 1: One thing to add is that the polyline is not associative, so you can delete it after you clip. I would like to have more than one xclip on the same xref. June 28, at 3: Home About Website Links. OK Stay up to date! Stay up to date! You can use these HTML tags.