Thank you Chief Architect! Pro 2015 now runs on a Mac! I had upgraded to Pro 2014, and then suddenly they come out with a newer version that will finally run on a Mac, so I had to upgrade again.
It seems like every time they come out with an upgrade, they change all of the normal operating procedures, so it is like learning a whole new program. One silly example is that 2015 eliminates the scroll bars, so you have to learn a whole new procedure to move around in your view, and the new procedure is not necessarily easier. But enough about this viewpoint, the real reason I am posting is because I have not figured out another change.
Over the various versions I have developed a plan that encompasses our complete rural lot so that I could plan the additional buildings and upgrades. Construction is nearing completion and timing has been great, with Google Earth. New overhead view, and even a new street view shows our property with the additional projects in place. I wanted to coordinate the drawn plans with visual realty, so I imported an overhead view from Google Earth and overlaid it upon my plan. I can see that actual construction changes moved some of the items from where they were drawn on the plan. My intention is to update the plan to match reality. Needless to say, this is "cool" stuff.
Now my problem. I have matched up the overhead imported jpg, sized it correctly, and am about to start moving some of the items in my plan. I want to keep the overhead view, but not necessarily see it all the time. Seems like a simple problem. Go to "display options" in the tools menu and I figure there should be some way to deselect the image overlay. If there is, I can not find it. Obviously the imported image is just another layer, but how can I disable it from viewing?
I would assume this problem would be the same for people importing a jpg plan and drawing over it, then wanting to shut off the jpg display.
Like many of the changes they make, it is probably really simple but not very obvious.
Any ideas would be appreciated.