I have a feature line that is perpindicular to another and connected to it at a PI .
When I modify the elevations of one of the feature lines, the labels for slope and PI elevation of the dependent feature line do not react and update without having to invoke a REGEN.
I think this is standard behaviour. Unless I'm confused with using my C3D 2008.
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Can't be...it is tortuous to have to do this all day long.
The dependent feature line slope and PI elevation updates correctly as can be seen in the Elevation Editor for it. Just the labels are not updating without having to invoke a REGEN.
I want to be able to read and have the new slope and elevation information while designing. Also to confirm the change indeed took place without having to REGEN.
Yes REGENAUTO is set to ON and REGENMODE is set to 1 .
Is there something possibly wrong with the reactors for these text components? The directly edited feature line's labels update, but not the connected (dependent) feature line's labels.
If you have a small drawing that you want to send me I will see what it does for me in 2013. Just checking a minute ago, I can drag my FLs around with EL. & slope labels and they respond instantly.
I assume we are talking about the same thing.
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No that's not the same. Dragging and snapping an indivdual feature line around like you say is fine.
The labels on the first feature line update. The labels on the connecting second feature line do not update without having to invoke a manual REGEN.
I have attached a small test drawing if you would confirm.
@Brian Thank you for looking at this.
This is also happening on my extracted dynamic corridor feature lines when I do section parameter edits (i.e. change a lane slope). The section. corridor surface and contours update fine, but I have to get out of the Section Editor and Rebuild the corridor for the feature line labels to update.
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