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KentYoungberg
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Grading properties dialog not dispalyed

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10-21-2004 10:22 AM
I am using an example from the K-TEK Autodesk Civil 3D book from the Working with Grading Styles section, page 404. In step 10, I select the Grading Properties button, and am prompted to
"Select a Point in the Grading or [Edge]:"

I then select in the grading group object in the display area, and the prompt returns to
Command:
I am expecting the Grading Properties dialog box to display.

Where is the disconnect?

The grading group that I am trying to select does show up in the Grading Groups.

When I perform a LI on the object, I see ...

Select objects:
AECC_FEATURE_LINE Layer: "C-TOPO-GRAD"
Space: Model space
Handle = 17D4
Site : Site 1

I am using Beta 4. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
*Landman
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Re: Grading properties dialog not dispalyed

10-21-2004 12:33 PM in reply to: KentYoungberg
My beta 4 liscence has expired or I would offer more assistance. Be a little careful when using K-Tek solutions book for the current Beta. I have that book and it was created way prior to beta 4 and in some cases I beleive it to be a little out of date. "KentYoungberg" wrote in message news:15184905.1098379377685.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I am using an example from the K-TEK Autodesk Civil 3D book from the Working with Grading Styles section, page 404. In step 10, I select the Grading Properties button, and am prompted to > "Select a Point in the Grading or [Edge]:" > > I then select in the grading group object in the display area, and the prompt returns to > Command: > I am expecting the Grading Properties dialog box to display. > > Where is the disconnect? > > The grading group that I am trying to select does show up in the Grading Groups. > > When I perform a LI on the object, I see ... > > Select objects: > AECC_FEATURE_LINE Layer: "C-TOPO-GRAD" > Space: Model space > Handle = 17D4 > Site : Site 1 > > I am using Beta 4. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
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KentYoungberg
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Registered: ‎09-27-2004
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Re: Grading properties dialog not dispalyed

10-21-2004 03:09 PM in reply to: KentYoungberg
You are correct , the book is out of date and does not contain corridor modeling. As you suggest, my issue may be from using beta 3 examples on beta 4 software. Thank you for the suggestion.
*H Gohel
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Re: Grading properties dialog not dispalyed

10-22-2004 05:52 AM in reply to: KentYoungberg
"KentYoungberg" wrote in message news:15184905.1098379377685.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I am using an example from the K-TEK Autodesk Civil 3D book from the Working with Grading Styles section, page 404. In step 10, I select the Grading Properties button, and am prompted to > "Select a Point in the Grading or [Edge]:" > > I then select in the grading group object in the display area, and the prompt returns to > Command: > I am expecting the Grading Properties dialog box to display. I don't have the book with and I'm not sure which part of the object you are selecting, so what I can suggest is to select a different edge. With your file, when I clicked on the outside edge I did not get the properties, but when I clicked on the next inner edge, I did get the properties. -- Himanshu

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