In AutoCAD, you can adjust the transparency value of any type of object including text, lines, images and hatching. Transparency is controlled in the properties of selected objects and can also be set to a default value for new objects. Transparency effects can be used to enhance your drawings in a variety of ways, for example, by making a hatch transparent you are able to show objects that may otherwise be hidden below the hatch. Transparency can also be used to de-emphasize linework and objects that are meant for reference, removal, or simply less important to the visual goal of your drawing.
You can set the transparency value of a hatch directly from the Hatch Creation Ribbon tab. By using the slider or entering a specific value in the hatch field you can adjust exactly how transparent your hatch will be, allowing you to control how much or how little objects below the hatch will be visible. Existing hatch transparency can be adjusted by selecting the hatch to automatically bring up the contextual Hatch Editor Ribbon tab and then setting the transparency value as desired. Read More
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