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Paper space viewport shows current content of model Space.
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September 27, 2017, 07:44:09 AM
What if the Model Space is empty?

Paper space view viewport should also be empty. What appears to us as a major problem with the program is that there is no non-printable layer setting.
In AutoCAD viewports are typically placed on non-printable layers and the contents are displayed because they are on a different layer than the non-printable layer.
In TurboCAD viewport boundary is the property of the viewport that can be turned on and off.
When we opened a DWG drawing in TurboCAD the viewports printed the border when these should be invisible when coming in from a DWG on a layer that is non-printable. This bug however does allow you to see a viewport with no contents.

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* September 27, 2017, 05:57:54 PM
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What if the Model Space is empty?

Paper space view viewport should also be empty. What appears to us as a major problem with the program is that there is no non-printable layer setting.
In AutoCAD viewports are typically placed on non-printable layers and the contents are displayed because they are on a different layer than the non-printable layer.
In TurboCAD viewport boundary is the property of the viewport that can be turned on and off.
When we opened a DWG drawing in TurboCAD the viewports printed the border when these should be invisible when coming in from a DWG on a layer that is non-printable. This bug however does allow you to see a viewport with no contents.

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