trevor Posted January 20, 2017 Share Posted January 20, 2017 Just a quick suggestion. Although every object has a visibility property, that can be bit of awkward if you need to select and edit it for some reason. The only way to get to it is by doing an F3 select from list. If you have a big layout that can be a looooooooong... list to search though, assuming you remember what you named the darn thing..... Further, if the object happens to be contained in a group.... good luck with that. Because of the above, I have stopped using that method to hide objects. Instead I add a Hidden_Objects layer to my design and allocate the hidden objects to that layer instead of making them invisible. Now I can hide, or more importantly.. SHOW, all my hidden objects with one click in the layer dialog I hope some of you find that concept useful. Regards T Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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