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cepperson

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Hi folks,

How does one get rid of the dataframe background (the white rectangle seen in my attached map) so that the coastal background shows through? Currently the dataframe is not white, but No Color. And I tried changing the order to background. Yucky white box still there. I'm just learning how to create a coastal vignette effect, but then ran into the dataframe problem.

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Hello,

I think you forgot to attach your map example.

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Hi folks,

How does one get rid of the dataframe background (the white rectangle seen in my attached map) so that the coastal background shows through? Currently the dataframe is not white, but No Color. And I tried changing the order to background. Yucky white box still there. I'm just learning how to create a coastal vignette effect, but then ran into the dataframe problem.

If you are using ArcGIS us the view>data frame option to "clip extent to graphic" you can use either a graphic on one of you feature layers.




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