« Last post by mitchb on February 08, 2018, 11:38:20 PM »
A fill and a hatch are very different entities. A hatch is inside a single line polygon but a fill is associated with a smart polygon. If you use the fill tool to fill a single line polygon notice that a smart polygon is created to contain the fill so you now have two rectangles the original single line and the smart polygon. A smart polygon will not hatch.
A fill is always on top. To show the objects under the fill select the polygon and set "Show Fill" to No, then select everything inside the smart polygon, then select Edit -> Arrange -> Bring to front. Select the smart polygon and set "Show Fill" to Yes. The fill should now be in the background. If you continue to add more geometry it will also need to be selected and the "Bring To Front" will need to be applied.