Hiding the Line Texture

Sometimes you need to hide the line texture to see the complete vector frame around your lines. This is useful to help you see any dirt floating around your drawing.

To hide the line texture, you must deselect the Real-Time Antialiasing option. In the top menu, select Edit > Preferences (Windows/Linux) or Stage > Preferences (Mac OS X) and in the OpenGL tab, deselect the Enable option in the Real-Time Antialiasing section. The default shortcut is [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [A] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] + [Alt] + [A] (Mac OS X).
To hide the line texture in the Camera view, you must enable the Show Drawing on Top option. In the top menu, select View > Show > Current Drawing on Top. Refer to the Show Current Drawing on Top section to learn more about this option.

To hide the line texture:

1. Make sure the real-time antialiasing is deselected. If you are in the Camera view, select the Show Current Drawing on Top option.
2. In the Camera or Drawing View menu, select View > Show > Hide Line Texture or press [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [H] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] + [Shift] + [H] (Mac OS X).

Related Topics 

Drawing with Line Texture