To remove highlighting and restore objects to their original color
Concept Procedure Quick Reference
 
 
 

To highlight all objects in a selected topology

  1. In Map Explorer, verify that the topology you want to highlight is loaded. A topology must be loaded before it can be highlighted.
  2. Right-click the topology name. Click Show Geometry.

    In the drawing, AutoCAD Map 3D highlights all objects in the selected topology. To return objects to their original color, press ESC.

To highlight and identify the topologies associated with an object

  1. In Map Explorer, right-click the Topologies folder. Click Show Topology.
  2. In the map, click the object.

    If the object belongs to one or more topologies, AutoCAD Map 3D highlights all objects that belong to those topologies and lists the topology names on the command line. If the object does not belong to a topology, AutoCAD Map 3D reports that on the command line.

    Note Only topologies that are loaded are considered.
  3. Select another object to highlight and identify, or press ESC to end the command.

To change the color used for highlighting

  1. Click Options.
  2. In the Options dialog box, click the Selection tab.
  3. From the Selected Grip Color list, select the color to use for highlighting topologies.
  4. Click OK.

To remove highlighting and restore objects to their original color