Crops selected objects such as external references, images and viewports to a specified boundary.
Menu: Editor/Clip/image or Command line: imageclip
You can clip and display specific portions of a raster image in a drawing with a clipping boundary.
Turns on clipping and displays the image clipped to the previously defined boundary.
Turns off clipping and displays the entire image and frame.
Removes a predefined clipping boundary and redisplays the full original image.
Defines a rectangular or polygonal clipping boundary, or generates a polygonal clipping boundary from a polyline.
You can specify clipping boundaries to display a limited portion of an external reference drawing
Menu: Editor/Clip/image or Command line: xclip
If you want to see the clipping boundary, you can turn on the XCLIPFRAME system variable. XCLIPFRAME determines whether the clipping boundary frame is displayed. When the clipping frame is on (set to 1), it can be selected as part of the object and plotted.
Command line: xclipframe
Input a new value of xclipframe
Redefines a layout viewport object while retaining its properties.
Menu: Editor/Clip/viewport or Command line: vpclip
The following prompts are displayed.
Specifies an object to become the new boundary for the layout viewport. Valid objects include closed polylines, circles, ellipses, closed splines, and regions.
Defines a new boundary from the points that you specify.
Removes the clipped boundary of the selected layout viewport, and restores the original, rectangular layout viewport.