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mkha32
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Property Field Editor For alignment Curve Table

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12-29-2013 04:21 AM

Hi everyone,

 

Say I want to create a Curve table for an alignment.


You are able you get range of properties, i.e length, chord length, start/end chainages, mid-ordinate.

 

I've notice lets for arguement sake 'chord length' text component editor is: <[Chord Length(Um|P3|RN|AP|GC|UN|Sn|OF)]>

 

but is it possible to modify the code so i can insert half a chord length.

 

Ive tried

<[Chord Length(Um|P3|RN|AP|GC|UN|Sn|OF)]>/2        ---- doesn't work

<[Chord Length(Um|P3|RN|AP|GC|UN|Sn|OF)]/2>        ---- doesn't work

<[Chord Length(Um|P3|RN|AP|GC|UN|Sn|OF)/2]>        ---- doesn't work

<[1/2*Chord Length(Um|P3|RN|AP|GC|UN|Sn|OF)]>     ---- doesn't work

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Jeff_M
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Re: Property Field Editor For alignment Curve Table

12-29-2013 08:24 AM in reply to: mkha32

Create an expression for the Alignment Curve Labels: {Chord Length}/2 Name it HalfChord and format as a distance This will now ve available for use in the table properties. 

Jeff_M, also a frequent Swamper

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