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How to hide the frame of a wipeout, embedded DWF or DGN?

A - answer Frame display of objects embedded in an AutoCAD DWG drawing is controlled by the respective xxxFRAME variable. On the command line, enter the name of the control variable according to the object type which frame you want to hide or reveal (IMAGE, DWF, PDF, DGN, XCLIP=clipped.xref, POINTCLOUDCLIP=clipped.point.cloud, WIPEOUT). You can also use a "central" variable FRAME.

A change of the system variable FRAME will change also the setting of the variables IMAGEFRAME, DWFFRAME, PDFFRAME, DGNFRAME, XCLIPFRAME, POINTCLOUDCLIPFRAME and WIPEOUTFRAME to the same value as the new value of the FRAME variable. It does not change the setting of the OLEFRAME variable.

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