I have been using Eagle for quite a while now but there is one thing that continues to bother me while I am using it. I have made the ground plane cover the shape of the board, however, when I am making minor and frequent changes to the design I have to keep clearing this layer and then making the changes, rats-nesting it again to make sure the ground plane goes through properly (especially for decoupling caps). If there is a problem I will need to 'ripup' the polygon that makes the ground plane in order to clear it and then make my adjustment and repeat.
This really bothers me because if I am making tiny adjustments, I will be fully zoomed in and have to zoom all the way out, find the board edge and clear the ground plane.
So my question is:
Is there a quick way to clear the ground plane flood, a tool like 'un-rats-nest' would be fun but I doubt that will exist.
Note: I do not want to delete the ground plane, just temporarily hide it if you will.
Another thing that bugs me is 'CTRL-Z' will not undo the flooding but that is pretty much the same issue.