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Re: Display Order
I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're doing, but here's my best guess.
It sounds like you are just using a filed region to hide a part of the drafting view. Since drafting views don't crop, the filled region is always present. Then when placed on a sheet the views overlap.
First - don't do that. The stud should be created parametrically so that each view can have it's own stud length. Then you don't have to use the filled region at all. The filled region in this instance is just bad practice.
Secondly, views have a display order based on the order they are put on the sheet. Put the filled region view on first, then other views placed later will overlap that one. Not easy to do in practice.
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