You can use banding 3D too if you have that particular style. Same as 2d banding but is visible in model viewer.
Thanks so far, I was able to get the color on on any view perspective !
But I would like to obtain the legend of the color and also to add something like
elevation 0' : color = red
elevation 10 ' : color = blue
Is this possible ?
Thanks, I now have the table but it's empty. How do I specify the elevation / colors for my selection ?
I have two object I want to define
The first one is a surface - I can change the color from minor and major in the layer thing, but it does not help me specify the color by elevation ? Any clue ?
The second one is a iso-contours map of a area. I have many polyline, each representing a different elevation. I would like to be able to specify : polyline with elevation between 0 and 10' are red, polyline between 10' and 20' are blue,,and so on.
Forget about your polylines. Now that you have a surface, you should use that for all of your analysis and display. If you experiment with the surface styles, you will find that you can make it do pretty much whatever you want. To get the legend to work, right click the surface and select surface properties. Then choose the 'Analysis' tab. On the analysis tab you will see a list of possibilities. Choose elevations, select the number of ranges and hit the arrow that points down. Now, in the bottom window, you can double click on the elevations in the ranges and change them. Those ranges will be reflected in your surface display and legend table.
Now that did the trick for the table, but my surface stills does not show color / graded as I specified in the table !
It shows the color I used in the display tabs from the " edit surface style " menu
Okay so the problem come from the material style. When I use elevation-banding 2-D I get the color I specified in the table. But this is not exactly what I want. I would like something like the contour 5'-25' material but with my range of value in it ? ( I want to line only to change color, not the whole surface, only the iso-contour).
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