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I am trying to find out what the difference is when in changing visual style modes between choosing to use 2D wire frame vs. 3D wire frame. I can't find any info on the pros/cons of one vs. the other.

Lisa Kemp


The difference is in the types of objects that can be displayed in 2D or 3D wireframe. For example, 2D is more restricted and enables you to display the objects using lines and curves and to display lineweights and linetypes. 3D also enables you to display objects using lines and curves, but linetypes and lineweights are not displayed. If you've applied materials to the objects, their colors are displayed.

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