To Set a Background for a Named View
- Click Visualize tab Views panel View Manager. Find
- In the View Manager, Views list, select a named view.
- In the Properties panel, under General category, click the Background Override field
and select Edit from the drop-down list.
- In the Background dialog box, click the Type drop-down list and select the type of
background to assign to the view.
- Specify the options for the background.
- Click OK.
- With the named view still selected, click Set Current.
- Render the scene.
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