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dseymour
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Profile View Movement in Paperspace

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05-09-2014 01:29 PM

This is nuts. The view below is a profile in modelspace: (the pvi’s are aligned with the design linework)

 

Profile MSpace.jpg

 

The view below is the same profile through a viewport in paperspace:

 

Profile PSpace.jpg

 

The pvi’s are not located in the same spots, but the linework is offset vertically. This is for both profiles, existing (light green dashed line) and proposed (brown line) AND the profile view!

 

Civil 3D 2014, SP1.

 

Any ideas on why or how to fix?

 

Dan Seymour

Feist Engineering

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Jay_B
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Re: Profile View Movement in Paperspace

05-09-2014 02:43 PM in reply to: dseymour

Can you share a drawing here that does this?

Jay

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mathewk
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Re: Profile View Movement in Paperspace

05-10-2014 08:38 AM in reply to: dseymour
Turn off grid padding in the profile view style. I think that's what it is called. There are two options for extra grids in the grid tab. Set them to 0.
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bpoleuca
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Re: Profile View Movement in Paperspace

05-11-2014 04:01 AM in reply to: dseymour

Hello,

when it happens this, make this:

1. Go to Profile View Style => Grid tab

2. In the left bottom corner you can see Grid padding (major grids) and there put the value 0.

After this you will not have this problem. I think it's a bug.

 

Please look in attach.

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dseymour
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Re: Profile View Movement in Paperspace

05-12-2014 11:27 AM in reply to: dseymour

Thanks, Setting the Grid padding (major grids) and Axis Offset (plotted units) to zero was the trick.

 

 

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