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*Ed Canvasser
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No MOC Grip for objects

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05-16-2006 05:50 AM
May be covered already, but I searched and didn't find anything so sorry if
this is old. After an arc has been converted to a Parcel object segment and
now want to adjust the arc's mid point, but no grip to select. We have a
situation where the street needs to be widened and short of erasing the arc
and rebuilding can't figure it out.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Ed Canvasser
C3D 2006 / 2007
HP Pavilion ZD7000 (laptop)
2.80 Ghz / 1.25mb RAM
NVIDIA GeForce FX Go 5600 (128MB)
Windows XP Pro (SP2)
*Jason Hickey
Message 2 of 3 (57 Views)

Re: No MOC Grip for objects

05-16-2006 06:21 AM in reply to: *Ed Canvasser
Ed Canvasser wrote:
> May be covered already, but I searched and didn't find anything so sorry if
> this is old. After an arc has been converted to a Parcel object segment and
> now want to adjust the arc's mid point, but no grip to select. We have a
> situation where the street needs to be widened and short of erasing the arc
> and rebuilding can't figure it out.
>
> Any ideas?

Ed,

Once you convert it to a parcel, it can't be edited. To get it back to
an editable state, you have to explode it - not good, in my opinion.
That takes away the major functionality (the "dynamicness") of parcels.

--
Jason Hickey
Civil 3D 2007
Dell Inspiron 9100
3.0 gHz, 2 GIG RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 (128 MB)
Windows XP Pro SP2

http://beneaththelines.blogspot.com
*wfb
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Re: No MOC Grip for objects

05-16-2006 10:50 AM in reply to: *Ed Canvasser
Jason & Ed:

Not sure if this helps but I use this work-a-round. If the right of way is
consistent, I will off set it, use the Parcel command to define it, then use
the Parcel entity delete key to remove the parts that I don't want. This
includes making a new radius by using the fillet command with the new RW
lines before I "Parcelize" it.

Bill

"Jason Hickey" wrote in message
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Ed Canvasser wrote:
> May be covered already, but I searched and didn't find anything so sorry
if
> this is old. After an arc has been converted to a Parcel object segment
and
> now want to adjust the arc's mid point, but no grip to select. We have a
> situation where the street needs to be widened and short of erasing the
arc
> and rebuilding can't figure it out.
>
> Any ideas?

Ed,

Once you convert it to a parcel, it can't be edited. To get it back to
an editable state, you have to explode it - not good, in my opinion.
That takes away the major functionality (the "dynamicness") of parcels.

--
Jason Hickey
Civil 3D 2007
Dell Inspiron 9100
3.0 gHz, 2 GIG RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 (128 MB)
Windows XP Pro SP2

http://beneaththelines.blogspot.com

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