if I understand you correctly, Mihai.s, you are selecting a portion of my model, adding a layer, naming it, then going to entity info, assigning it to that layer, then selecting another portion, and repeating the same steps, until all the portions of my model are on different layers.
Since I know close to next to nothing about layers - that was very helpful. I tried it and I was able to put the images on separate layers.
The second issue I was having, was when I selected “jpg 1” and dragged it over “jpg 2” - “jpg 2” remained on top and “jpg 1” went under it. Since I wanted the opposite condition, I discovered if I dragged “jpg2” over “jpg1” the condition reversed, which gave me the look I wished.
The disadvantage was the image moved and any objects I drew on it didn’t move with it.
So, am I correct in assuming :
A) I need to make the image and objects drawn on it into a group so they are linked together? Then make a layer of that group? Then they will move in unisyn?
B) that assigning an image to a layer won’t determine if it is above or below the other layer?
I don’t understand the term z-fighting.