Toggle the Green Squares Appearing After Mirror Entities

Posted on 2009-04-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
When Mirror Entities is applied on a closed curve made up of sections its mirror image appears infested with multiple small green squares which I have to remove one by one by clicking on each one in order to see the result clearly. Is there a way to toggle all these (maybe necessary for other purposes but not for the present one) green squares at once?
Question by:judico
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    Here's the answer: Un-check Sketch Relations in View if these green squares are obscuring the drawing. Don't remove, however, these relations because they may be needed for other purposes.

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