After the 14 hour flight to Sydney my son and I are delighted to be on the ground rather than those roomy airplane seats! Our flight began late Sunday night complete with the celebratory glass of champagne and ended Tuesday morning with a cup of coffee. We both managed to sleep through most of the flight (thank goodness!) which definitely helped the time fly. If my son permits me some time on the computer I'll keep you up to date on our exciting adventures.
So enough about me...(there's nothing worse than hearing about someone's vacation while you're working hard behind a desk) here is a quick tip that will hopefully make your day a little bit easier.
Tired of flipping IMAGEFRAME ON and OFF?
In order to edit an Image in AutoCAD you need to have the frame on (IMAGEFRAME set to 1). But when we plot we often prefer to have the frame turned off (IMAGEFRAME set to 0). Now with AutoCAD 2006 there's a new option that displays the frame for editing purposes, but it promises not to plot. Just set IMAGEFRAME to 2.
There's your quick tip (which should save you the tedium of flipping between two different IMAGEFRAME settings over and over). We're off to find some kangaroos!