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omriyc
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Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

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03-05-2014 07:08 AM

hey

when i am working with multiply surfaces ( earthwork) how can i seperate the diplay setting for each surface?

the deafult is that they are all connected

thanks

omri

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Jay_B
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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-05-2014 07:46 AM in reply to: omriyc
Where would you like to change the Surface Style?

Are these surfaces which are displayed Section Views or?
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omriyc
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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-05-2014 11:27 PM in reply to: Jay_B

in the surface style. when turning elevations on in one surface all the other surfaces are on also. i want to affect each surface separately

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Jeff_M
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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 05:43 AM in reply to: omriyc

Assign different styles to each surface.

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omriyc
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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 08:42 AM in reply to: omriyc

i can Assign different styles to each surface but when turning off elevations in the surface style it turns off at all the other surfaces

i need to control each surface individualy. for now they are all connected

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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 08:51 AM in reply to: omriyc

How are you turning off the elevations? Are you using the layer off/freeze or the Visible property in the Style's display properties? Can you share your drawing here?

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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 08:51 AM in reply to: Jeff_M

i send one file for example - one surface is the current base, one is the design of the new topography and the last one is the tin volume surface - is it for earthworks in the attachment you can see the area colored magneta which is the cut volume and the blue comes from another surface. i want to display only the magneta from the volume surface only

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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 09:09 AM in reply to: omriyc

i sent the file. i'm controlling the surface display through the edit style layers visible on/off

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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 09:24 AM in reply to: omriyc

Surface1 & Surface4 are both using the same style. Changing Surface4 to a different style allows just the Magenta to display.

 

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Re: Civil 3D 2013 Surface display graphics settings

03-06-2014 10:01 AM in reply to: omriyc

thank you!

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