As you probably expected, I concur with you and Brian. On the good side, I suppose, is the vertex actually does change, just not the label.
Searching for a work-a-round, I found that I had no short-cut for the letter "Q" and set it to REGEN in the acad.pgp. I normally have my left hand on the keyboard and the letter Q is right close by.
Just a thought.
(Don't forget the command "reinit" which reloads the Acad.pgp while still in C3D.)
"As an alternative to labeling the featurelines, if the featurelines are added to a surface as breaklines, you can label the surface and they should update automatically."
This is not the same. Feature lines can be have all the segment grades and PI elevations labeled at once with the Multiple Segments labeling command.
Another difference is then the labels are attached and move with the feature line if the feature line has to move.
I agree it's not the same but, it's an alternative. Which is more frustrating, having to regen every time you change a featureline or have more of a manual control of label locations? That's your call based on your project and your skill sets.
Just my $0.02.
It's definitely not even close to an alternative. This alternative would be much more frustrating.
In one fell swoop we have the all the feature line segment grades and PI elevations done with one-click of the Multiple Segments labeling command.
With your alternative, I would have to snap to and label all the individual vertices with surface labels. Then do two-point surface slope labels for all the individual segments.
Then if the feature line has to move we are (fill in the blank).
Please fix the bug...
Please fix the bug...
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10-4 Yes, I did go ahead and do that.
Thanks for the feedback on this.
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