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*Srayos Endbringer
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LinkToMarkedPoint and Offset Assemblies

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06-01-2010 08:26 AM
I better do this before the end of the week when Autodesk gets rid of
the newsgroups.

Is it possible to have a link go from a point on a regular assembly to a
marked point on an offset assembly? I have a ditch that is next to a
sidewalk that I want to connect together. The ditch is not parallel to
the sidewalk, so I used an offset assembly figuring that was the best
way to go. But now I can't get the LinkToMarkedPoint or
LinkToMarkedPoint2 to work. Because the marked point is on the offset
assembly, under the Construction tab of the assembly I cannot make sure
the LinkToMarkedPoint2 is below the Marked Point.

Attached are some screen shots of what I'm trying to do.

EB
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Win7 Pro 64-bit
Civil 3D 2011 64-bit
6GB RAM
*Srayos Endbringer
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Re: LinkToMarkedPoint and Offset Assemblies

06-01-2010 08:44 AM in reply to: *Srayos Endbringer
Ugh, I'm an idiot. I had them backwards. The marked point needed to be
on the sidewalk side and the link from the ditch.

EB
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Win7 Pro 64-bit
Civil 3D 2011 64-bit
6GB RAM

On 6/1/2010 11:26 AM, Srayos Endbringer wrote:
> I better do this before the end of the week when Autodesk gets rid of
> the newsgroups.
>
> Is it possible to have a link go from a point on a regular assembly to a
> marked point on an offset assembly? I have a ditch that is next to a
> sidewalk that I want to connect together. The ditch is not parallel to
> the sidewalk, so I used an offset assembly figuring that was the best
> way to go. But now I can't get the LinkToMarkedPoint or
> LinkToMarkedPoint2 to work. Because the marked point is on the offset
> assembly, under the Construction tab of the assembly I cannot make sure
> the LinkToMarkedPoint2 is below the Marked Point.
>
> Attached are some screen shots of what I'm trying to do.
>
> EB
> -----------------------
> Win7 Pro 64-bit
> Civil 3D 2011 64-bit
> 6GB RAM

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