If an image frame is
visible, you can select the image by clicking the frame or by drawing
a crossing window around a frame edge. When you select an image
by selecting its frame, grips are displayed.
options do not affect images you inserted with Data
You can also select an
image by placing your cursor over the image and pressing Shift +
left-click. This feature is useful when you are zoomed in to the image
and you cannot see the image frame or if the image frames are turned off.
After you select an image
frame, you can:
- Right-click to display the Raster
Extension shortcut menu.
- Select a grip. Right-click to display
the AutoCAD Map 3D shortcut menu.
- Manipulate the image using AutoCAD Map 3D commands.
can set an option to draw hatch marks over a selected image. Click Options
Select the Display
tab. Under Display
, set Highlight Raster Image
to off. If Highlight Raster Image
is off, when you select an image, it rises
to the top of the display order, obscuring any vectors that cross
it. Use the REGEN command to restore the proper display order.