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bkanthergolder
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Civil 3D 2013 - Dynamic Surface Profiles acting as Static Profiles!

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11-14-2012 10:47 PM

I am having some issues with surface profiles on a dreffed alignment no updating dynamically.

 

Currently it requires me to set them to static, then back to dynamic and they update.

 

I am well aware of the issue of dreffed surface profiles staying static. I am using the work around of dreffing in the surface and sampling in the drawing using the dreffed alignment.

 

Any ideas? Anyone else run into this issue?

 

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Re: Civil 3D 2013 - Dynamic Surface Profiles acting as Static Profiles!

11-15-2012 07:55 AM in reply to: bkanthergolder
No solution but I've seen the problem. In my experience this can be from 2 things:
1. Corruption in the dwg (can't be fixed with recover)
2. DWGs upgraded from older releases (2012 for example).

I like to make surface profiles in the same DWG as the alignment so I never have this problem.

And to contradict my earlier statements, I've tried 2012 files organized the way you do without a problem, so that's not always it.
Matt Kolberg
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