Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Layer Isolate Settings

The Layer Isolate tool has been around for a while now, but i think not a lot of people are aware of the "Settings" options you get when invoking the layiso command.
In the command window image below you can see there is a Settings option. Type "S" to access the the following settings.

Hide layers or Lock layers. If locked change the fading level for locked layers. Choose if you want layers turned OFF or frozen in viewport.

The settings hold like fillet settings, and it sure wouldn't be hard to create your own layer isolate tool set the way you like it.

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