CAD Forum - tips, tricks, discussion and utilities for AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit and other Autodesk products []
Cesky English Deutsch
 Visitors: 5936 

CAD tip CAD tip # 6658:

Question CAD 
 %  platform  category 
Q - question

How to set background color in DWG TrueView?

A - answer Colors of the individual elements of the user interface in DWG viewer Autodesk DWG TrueView 2009 and 2010 can be set in the Options dialog.

Display any DWG drawing and right-click in the bottom command window. In the context menu choose "Options...". On the Display tab click on the button Colors. The background color for the modes "2D model space" or "3D parallel projection" can be set through the element "Uniform background"; the crosshairs color through the element "Crosshairs".

100% *  CAD 
4.5.2009    25361×  
Comments   Tell a friend
applies to: DWG ·

See also:
Tip 11751:toMulti converts polylines to multi-lines driven by a definition table.
Tip 10574:Four methods for exploding blocks in AutoCAD.
Tip 9976:How to make AutoCAD render without background (transparent)?
Tip 9972:Create free 3D PDF output files from any CAD software.
Tip 9829:DrGrid - parametric grid for AutoCAD drawings.

Back   All CAD Tips All CAD tips&tricks

How to optimize complex 3D models? « | » What for is the ^R code in menu macros?

Have we helped you? If you want to support the CAD Forum web service, consider buying one of our CAD applications, or our custom software development offerings, or donating via PayPal (see above). You may also add a link to your web - like this "fan" link: CAD Forum - tips, utilities, blocks for Autodesk products
CAD:    OS:    Categ: 
Text:  FAQ glossary   

Track your time spent working on AutoCAD or Revit jobs - automatically with
CADstudio JobTime More info

Please use these tips at your own risk.
CAD Studio (Xanadu) is not responsible for possible problems that may occur as a result of using any of these tips.