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mburnett
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Profile View - existing and proposed grade elevations

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08-22-2012 05:55 AM

Hi All,

 

I have a profile view with an existing grade for the entire length and proposed grade for part of it. I have a band style that shows both existing and proposed grades. The issue is that where there is only existing grade I get FG() for the proposed grade. I have created 2 separate band styles, one for EG only and one for FG only and I still get FG() where there isn't any FG.  Is there any way to have the FG label show only where there is FG? Thanks.

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Partha.Sarkar
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Registered: ‎06-09-2009
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Re: Profile View - existing and proposed grade elevations

09-04-2012 12:35 AM in reply to: mburnett

Hi,

 

It seems you are trying to achieve this using Civil 3D UI tools / commands and if this is true I would suggest you to ask this question in Civil 3D User forum where you would get expert Civil 3D users who might have a solution / answer to your question. If you are trying to use Civil 3D API here, please clarify and I would try to investigate it further.

 

Thanks,



Partha Sarkar
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