yes exactly. I am using bringtofront/sendtoback to change the draw order.
I have now used the standard rhino display styles as you can see in the image below. the backgfround is in ‘arctic’. the overlay (left) is in ‘rendered’ and overlay on the right is in ‘pen’.
The background of both the overlays is transparent in this case which is great, however i had an instance where the background was not transparent. I am unable to replicate it except
for when i activate the detail as shown below. I am trying to figure out whether its possible to do that without activating that detail-especially at the time of printing.
The make2D grasshopper overlay seems to require writing a conduit as you said, I will have to learn how to do that first The only way i can do it now is it by pasting the make2D lines into the viewport- which you can see in the 2nd Layout which isnt a bad option.
im trying to acheive combinations of display styles so that I can create presentation packs and drawings within rhino without the added step of photoshop and indesign
And thank you for your patience with all of my questions.RhinoCrashDump.3dm (9.1 MB)