i cant figure smth out. I created a surface, then alignment, and from those two, profile with profile view like I always do. This profile view has band labels, and there is the problem. Some band data is missing and i cant figure it out, pliz look at attached file.
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> i cant figure smth out. I created a surface, then alignment, and from
> those two, profile with profile view like I always do. This profile
> view has band labels, and there is the problem. Some band data is
> missing and i cant figure it out, pliz look at attached file.
> THX for any help.
The problem is competing labels are running interference. It's my
experience that if competing labels within a band overlap, they tend not to
show, whether the label is actually populated or not. You can solve the
problems by turning off the labels in the display settings for the band.
For your station and elevation bands turn off the following layers in the
Ticks at Vertical Geometry
Ticks at Station Equation
Labels at Major Station
Labels at Minor Station
Labels at Vertical Geometry
Labels at Station Equation
In other words, only have layers on that are absolutely required for the
Is there a way to link the pipe band data source to only the pipes in the given profile. It seem to default to the first created network rather than the one in the profile, thus I have to change each data source individually.
I had the same problem in Civil3d 2009 and this solution worked...even though only one geometry was selected for the band (grade breaks), some other geometry was preventing all the grade breaks from labeling.