Thanks for the info. Should have figured it out for myself.
For my project, sorting by date in table view gives me the overlapping
color fill the way I want it.
On Fri, 23 Jun 2006 08:09:53 -0400 "Steve Broyles"
Parcels are painted in the order they occur in the deed file. You
the Table View to see the order and then rearrange the order by cut
----- Original Message -----
From: "James F McConnell" <jfmdem(a)juno.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2006 10:57 AM
Subject: [DMU] Re: DEED-MAPPER-plot color fill
> In making a deed (patent survey) map of Harford County MD I
> many overlapping plats that are caused both by time/date resurveys
> from survey conflicts. Color fills of plots in overlapping areas
> choose which plot color overrides another. Insofar as I can tell
> controlled by internal logic, not by user choice. Black color fill
> to override any other overlapped color fill.
> Is there a user control? If not, what is the internal logic?
> Jim McConnell
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