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*Earl
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Editing a surface boundary

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03-21-2005 03:24 PM
Does anyone know an easy way to edit an existing surface boundary definition. I would like to amend it to include an additional area but I can't see any other way except to redefine it from scratch. It would have been nice to just drag it out to where I needed it. Earl. Earl Hart Civil Designer earl@thurlow.co.nz Thurlow Consulting Engineers & Surveyors Ltd 135 Oteha Valley Road, Browns Bay North Shore, Auckland, NZ ____________________________________________ Ph: +64 9 478 4305 FX: +64 9 478 0386
*Earl
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Re: Editing a surface boundary

03-21-2005 03:37 PM in reply to: *Earl
I have just discovered that by editing the original polyline used to create the surface boundary it changes the surface dynamically. Earl. "Earl" wrote in message news:423f56c2_2@newsprd01... > Does anyone know an easy way to edit an existing surface boundary > definition. I would like to amend it to include an additional area but I > can't see any other way except to redefine it from scratch. It would have > been nice to just drag it out to where I needed it. > > Earl. > > Earl Hart Civil Designer earl@thurlow.co.nz Thurlow Consulting Engineers & > Surveyors Ltd 135 Oteha Valley Road, Browns Bay North Shore, Auckland, NZ > ____________________________________________ Ph: +64 9 478 4305 FX: +64 9 > 478 0386 > >

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