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Table 19-1 XCLIP Options
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Option ON How to Use It Turns the clipping boundary on, displaying only the portion of the xref inside the clipping boundary. By default, the clipping boundary is on. Use this after you have turned it off to see only the clipped portion again. Turns the clipping boundary off, displaying the entire xref. The clipping boundary is still retained. This is somewhat like turning off a layer. You may want to see the entire xref for a while, for example, while redefining the boundary. Then you can turn the boundary back on (using the ON option) when you need only the clipped portion again. This is used for 3D drawings only. After you set a clipping boundary, you can set front and back planes parallel to the boundary. AutoCAD displays only the portion of the xref within that three-dimensional space. You create the front and back planes by specifying a distance from the clipping boundary. The Remove suboption removes the clipping planes. Deletes the clipping boundary. The boundary is no longer retained in the drawing. Creates a polyline from the clipping boundary, using the current layer, color, and linetype. If you want to change the clipping boundary, you can edit the polyline using PEDIT and redefine the boundary with the new polyline. This is the default option. Press Enter to get the suboptions. Enables you to specify the clipping boundary by selecting an existing polyline. AutoCAD decurves fit-curved or arc portions of the polyline when creating the boundary. Enables you to specify a polygonal area like a polyline with straight edges. AutoCAD creates a rubber-band line as you pick points, keeping the polygon closed. You can use this option to create an irregularly shaped area that includes only the portion of the xref you wish to see. Enables you to pick two points on diagonally opposite corners of a rectangle, like creating a selection window.
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In order to reduce the time AutoCAD takes to display large xrefs, such as those used in GIS or 3D drawings, you can use demand loading, which enables AutoCAD to load only the objects necessary to display the xref in your drawing. Demand loading works together with spatial and layer indexes.
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The spatial index is created when you save a drawing. AutoCAD uses this index when you have enabled demand loading and attach a clipped xref that was saved with a spatial index. AutoCAD uses the index to determine how much of the xref needs to be read to display it. The layer index is also created when you save a drawing. AutoCAD uses this index when you have enabled demand loading and attach an xref that was saved with a layer index and has frozen or turned off layers. AutoCAD uses the index to determine how much of the xref needs to be read to display it.
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Figure 19-9: An xref clipped with a polygonal boundary
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To make it perfectly clear, you need all of the following to use this demand loading: Demand loading must be enabled in the current drawing. The xref must have been saved with a spatial or layer index. The xref must either be clipped (for a spatial index) or have layers that are frozen or turned off (for a layer index).
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Demand loading is similar to partial opening and loading of drawings, explained in 8.
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You turn on demand loading in your current drawing. To turn on demand loading, choose Tools Options and then click the Open and Save tab. In the Demand Load Xrefs drop-down list, choose Enabled. Others on a networked system cannot then edit the original drawing while you are referencing it. To let others edit the original drawing, choose Enabled with copy. AutoCAD then uses a copy of the referenced drawing for your xref. Click OK. You can turn on demand loading just before you attach an xref. It is not necessary to keep demand loading on all the time.
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