I appreciate you taking the time. Just to clarify in the images you've posted - you brought the images into a "view" correct? And then ArchiCAD lets you edit the frame around the view...?
I can do that no problem and works as a work around - but lets say I had 100 different images I was trying to do this with... Creating a view for each image just feels like unnecessary cluttering and overpacking data into the project
However if you are saying that you can edit the frame of the imported images itself - then there is something missing in my file - perhaps its in my project preferences or work environment
For the 100 image case, as long as they have the same clipping shape, you can use "relink" and select the new view, placed drawing, etc and it will inherit the clipping path.
In this case it is a DWG that I placed in a worksheet without exploding. If you use the "place drawing command" you will have the options, if you use "place figure command" you will not have the options.
FYI with "Place Drawing" you can place images also.
Still AI way is faster specially since it "removes" the extra shape.
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