Plotting corridor cross sections, the node label texts are being printed behind the grid lines. Is there a way to have them print above the grid lines? Image attached. Autocad has a function called "draworder" to set the display / printing order.
Thanks for your question. Each element (grid, labels, etc.) in the sheet has a layer you can set. Then in the Layer Manager > Display Priority, set the grid's layer to Background, and set the label's layer to either Normal or Foreground. However, the grid lines should be behind the labels by default, so there might be another factor at play.
Thanks David. The plotting issue corrected itself when I inadvertently changed a hatch object (Pattern: SOLID to LINES_VER) in the title block that was not displaying the correct shade of gray. I then exploded and deleted the hatch object (due to the pattern overlapping the internal perimeters in a few spots). The resulting exploded hatch line work displayed correctly. I then re-plotted the pdf. When I checked the pdf, I noticed the node label text displayed above the cross section grid line work as intended. I am not sure how this ties to the original plotting issue on the back end, but I am sure the software engineers will figure it out.
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