Layer Push Up ( Drawing Editor )

Tool summary :

  • Moves your current drawing's active layer up one position in the layer stack.
  • A drawing's active layer is the layer that is currently selected on the layer selection tool . If the selected layer is already on top, then Layer Push Up does nothing.
  • Layers on drawings are Plotted in order. The bottom layer is plotted first. The top layer is plotted last. It is generally desirable to place opaque objects such as objects with a hatch or fill on lower layers.
  • For example, if a label is on a layer that is below the layer that has an image is on, you might want to move the label's layer up so that it will print above the image.
  • An alternative way to push up a layer is to select it on the Edit Layers window, then press the " Move Up " button.
  • See the step-by-step instructions .

Also see :

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   Step-by-step instructions :

1 . Before using this tool:

1a : On the layer selection tool , select the layer that you want to push up.

2 . Invoke Layer Push Up using any one (1) of the following methods:

Method 1 : Click the Layer Push Up icon. The icon can be taken from the group named ' Objects -- Layers ' and placed on a toolbar (classic) or the ribbon (lightning).

Method 2 : If " Drawing Editor layout style " is ' Classic ', you can use the menu system to choose Objects > Layers > Push Up .

Method 3, 4 or 5 : Layer Push Up can also be invoked using a keyboard shortcut , the context menu , or a mode . For the ' Lightning ' layout style, configuration of the interface is done using Customize Interface .

3 . The layer that in step 1 was your selected layer moves up one position in the drawing order of layers.

Note: At this point you can still undo your changes by using Revert or Undo . If you Save to make your changes permanent, you can no longer Revert , but you can still Undo .

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