Object Selection Filters Dialog Box
Selects, edits, and names filters for object selection.
List of Options
The following options are displayed.
Filter Property List
Displays a list of the filter properties that compose the current filter. The current
filter is the filter that you select in Current in the Named Filters area.
Adds filter properties to the current filter.
- Object Types and Logical Operators
Lists object types that you can filter and logical operators (AND, OR, XOR, and NOT)
for grouping the filter expressions.
If you use logical operators, make sure that you pair and balance them correctly in
the filter list. The number of operands you can enclose depends on the operation.
One or more operands
One or more operands
For example, the following filter selects all circles except the ones with a radius
greater than or equal to 1.0:
Circle Radius = 1.00
- X, Y, Z Parameters
Define additional filter parameters depending on the object. For example, if you select
Line Start, you can enter the X, Y, and Z coordinate values that you want to filter.
In the filter parameters, you can use relative operators such as < (less than) or
(greater than). For example, the following filter selects all circles with center
points greater than or equal to 1,1,0 and radii greater than or equal to 1:
Object = Circle
Circle Center X = 1.0000 Y = 1.0000 Z = 0.0000
Circle Radius = 1.0000
Displays a dialog box listing all items of the specified type in the drawing. Select
the items to filter. For example, if you select the object type Color, Select displays
a list of colors to choose for the filter.
- Add to List
Adds the current Select Filter property to the filter list. Filter properties that
you add to the unnamed filter remain available during the current work session unless
you manually delete them.
Replaces the filter property selected in the filter property list with the one displayed
in Select Filter.
- Add Selected Object
Adds one selected object in the drawing to the filter list.
Moves the selected filter property into the Select Filter area for editing. The edited
filter replaces the selected filter property.
Deletes a selected filter property from the current filter.
Deletes all the listed properties from the current filter.
Displays, saves, and deletes filters.
Displays saved filters. Select a filter list to make it current. The named filter
and its list of properties are loaded from the default file, filter.nfl.
- Save As
Saves a filter and its list of properties. The filter is saved in the filter.nfl file. Names can contain up to 18 characters.
- Delete Current Filter List
Deletes a filter and all its properties from the default filter file.
Exits the dialog box and displays the Select Objects prompt, where you create a selection
set. The current filter is used on the objects you select.
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