Clipping planes and true-type fonts

Our office uses clipping planes often. We have always used shx fonts. For a style change, I thought I'd try a true-type font style and discovered that the true type fonts do not respect the clipping planes, and show up in all views.

I've searched high & low and am surprised with the popularity of true type fonts that I can't find any postings on this subject.

Is there a solution to this besides avoiding TT fonts? Text masking is not a good solution for our office as we use lines-merge as opposed to lines-overwrite in our plot options. We dislike having to constantly keep track of what object is on top of another.

Occurs r2000 through 2005...I don't have 2006.

Thanks, Phych

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