There doesn't appear to be a way to assign what order layers render in. It seems whatever object was edited last comes to the top and is most visible. Is this right or am I missing something? It doesn't seem very functional to have to edit objects to bring them to the top and as far as I've seen I can't have a layer draw above another layer.
In my home plan I'm getting the foundation drawing over top of windows and obscuring them. Any way to control this? Is there a "touch" command that makes selected objects "last edited" so they come to top?
BTW I don't know if AutoCAD works this way or not as it's been more than a decade since I've used it, but every other vector drawing program I've used allows ordering the layers so that you can determine what will over draw on what.
eg. I just edited the position of the brick wall under a glass brick partition. Now it seems I have to go back and fake edit the glass bricks as otherwise in the drawing they are obscured by the bricks under them. I have a hard time believing that AutoCAD would force me to fake edit items to make them stay visible.