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boris.yordanov11
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Message 11 of 19 (357 Views)

Re: Profile View data bands

03-31-2013 12:35 AM in reply to: troma

"Then set your band to use this profile as the data rather than the surface profile"

 

How does that happen?

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troma
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Message 12 of 19 (341 Views)

Re: Profile View data bands

04-01-2013 08:05 AM in reply to: boris.yordanov11

Click on the profile view (grid or band).

Right-click  > Profile View Properties > Bands

Change the referenced profile in the profile drop-down for the band.


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hillamng
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Message 13 of 19 (321 Views)

Re: Profile View data bands

04-06-2013 11:04 AM in reply to: boris.yordanov11

Hi Boris, Just like troma explains here, it works finally.

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boris.yordanov11
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Re: Profile View data bands

05-11-2013 11:55 PM in reply to: troma

Hi troma

 

You explained how ot make the data "unrefined" but is there a way to make the profile itself less accurate. I found how to modify the distance between the ticks, but all it does is hide some of them, the graph at the top (the surface) remains unchanged.

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troma
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Message 15 of 19 (285 Views)

Re: Profile View data bands

05-13-2013 06:13 AM in reply to: boris.yordanov11
Are you talking about a surface profile or a layout profile?
Maybe if you attach some pictures it would help to see the difference between what you want to see and what you are seeing.


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Re: Profile View data bands

05-19-2013 11:41 PM in reply to: troma

Check out the screenshot i attached. It would be nice if i could make the whole profile look more like the brown line, however what's more important is that the first section, between the those two signs, needs to be completely flat. Do you know how i can remove those lines i've circled. I found how to modify the space between them but i need them completly gone.

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hillamng
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Message 17 of 19 (265 Views)

Re: Profile View data bands

05-20-2013 12:58 AM in reply to: boris.yordanov11

Hi,

 

Right click your profile view and select edit profile view style. In the display tab, switch off the major, minor grids(See image below)

 

 

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Re: Profile View data bands

05-20-2013 03:22 AM in reply to: hillamng
Worked like a charm. Thank you
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troma
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Re: Profile View data bands

05-22-2013 07:02 AM in reply to: boris.yordanov11
In terms of 'making the whole profile look like the brown line', you need to draw a profile 'By Layout' too. The red/white line on your screenshot looks like it is a surface profile, which naturally reflects the reality of the humps and holes on the surface.


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