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How to set background color for Render?

A - answer If you want to change the default black background color for shaded/rendered models, you can use the View dialog.

In the VIEW command dialog (View > Named views) create a new 3D view, enable its background, set the background parameters (solid color, gradient, image, sun+sky) and make the new view current. Such background will be then used for shaded 3D modes (Shademode) and for the resulting Render window.

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See also:
Tip 9435:Saving an Inventor drawing as an image (background, resolution).
Tip 8620:Table of colors - HTML X11 names, RGB components, hex values.
Tip 8543:Setting command line background color from LISP.
Tip 8278:How to set AutoCAD background to black on white?
Tip 8159:How to change background color in DWG TrueView 2012?


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