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Lee Ambrosius has written some tools to work with the new AutoCAD 2005 feature Background Masking and posted beta versions on his AutoCAD related blog "Beyond the UI". Lee is a wealth of information and tools for AutoCAD. LInk to [Read More]

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Ignacio Arrue

Hi Lee, nice work. But, what is the diffence between the options "Remove" and "None" ???

Cheers

Chad

Lee,
Just out of curiousity...do you know how to set the default background offset to 1.15 instead of 1.5?

Thanks and nice work on the Mask Extender

R.K. McSwain

Very nice, and much needed tool.

Chas

Thanks for creating a great tool!

Ted

Just wanted to let you know that ADT 2007 would not load you program. It flatly refused. Sadly your routine was exactly what I was looking for. Toggling the masking on & off for dimensions & text.

I pointed to your ARX routine from Cadalyst Tips & Tricks, the routine there (based on your original) just turn on the mask but would not remove it on some text.

If you ever update your routine give me a shout. I was actively looking for something like this.

photoshop masking

Wow! Sounds great!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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