I've added a drawing view to a sheet.
there is a dotted line around the view.
How do I hide it?
I know it does not print.
I just don't want it cluttering my view as I work.
You can't delete that Box - that is only a guide which drawing view your selecting, like a bounding box. If you have numerous drawing views these boxes overlap and the dotted line is the only way you know you have the right view selected.
I'm not looking to delete it. I just want to suppress its display.
Other software's have a button that toggles the view frames. (and options to toggle off the frame of a view at a time)
I figured SW must have something similar.
Ok - Change your Dynamic Highlight color to your drawing paper color
I just took a look - you also need to change your "Highlight" "Selected Item 1" Selected Item 2........... If you don't want any lines to show - But would bug me, cause I guess I need to know where, what and which,.......... lol
I see where you're going with this John.
And it does seem to get the frame to disappear into the background.
But, I like the color settings the way they are.
I don't want to permanently camo the frame.
I just want to toggle its display Off and On.
You can't have a cake and eat it too.
All I can say is............
Personal Account - Ya got personal issues........
Have a look here 2015 SOLIDWORKS Help - View Boundaries
Hope this helps.
If the view focus is locked on that view then the dotted line will stay there. Try double clicking within the view (but not on the model) and see if it goes away after you click somewhere else.
It will definitely stay there, but if it's the same color as the paper background, you won't see it....
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