thebrain, being able to turn off "Convert background colors" was a big help. Is there any way to make the "OFF" selection the default?
My other problem is when creating a rectangle to go "under" drawings (such as doors) to blank out walls or parallel lines under the inserted drawing, the rectangle appears to be transparent.
I can draw a test rectangle and set the line to blank, color to white, and Convert background from "By Drawing" to "No".
Then I change the brush to solid white, select pattern color to white and change By Drawing to No.
If I move this block over a wall or parallel lines it WILL blank out the wall, etc.
However, if I make this rectangle a block and drag it into my drawing over a wall, it is transparent.
I've been working on this without success.
Any help would be appreciated.
P.S. I've attached two segments of drawings. One is a Window Block, that I created in TurboCAD 19 Deluxe, inserted into a wall. The wall at the insertion point is blanked out.
The second is a Window Block, created in LTE Pro 5 in exactly the same way and inserted into a wall. The Pro 5 drawing blanked out the wall at the insertion point, but after making it into a block, it did not.
I hope this is helpful.