Michael Moore <stuporglue@...155...> wrote:
> > If you know about their existence, is easy to find those
> > use rubber-band selection or select any other object and hit the tab key
> > to cycle trough all objects.
> The first I konw of them is when I try to print the drawings! Even then I
> not spot them immediately. The drawings are very detailed (the
> have over 200 objects). Cycling though them would be, to say the
> It is extremely rare for me to want line thickness to be less
than 0.2mm so
> utility or routine that could snag out everything less than say
> no fill would completely solve the problem for me.
The rubberbanding method aught to work for you though. Zoom out and
make a huge select box over most of the screen. If the selected area
is larger than your drawing area, you'll be able to find the line.
I had already tried that, but the results are very confusing. The drawings I
make consist mainly of horizontal and vertical lines. For schematics these are
usually on a 5mm grid, and for layouts the grid is 0.05 inch. The result is I
get lots of overlapping bounding boxes so can't tell which outlines are for