Keep in mind that this problem did not happen right away in my drawings, not sure if Sandy's did though. I had been working on my drawing for a couple of months before the labels started to go crazy. I thought that it could have been related to the update that we had in the program a while back. So with that being said it could be possible that the problem may not spring up when trying to replicate the problem, are you all updated to latest version and using C3D 2013?
I have used your dwt with no problems. I created an alignment shortcut and referenced it in another dwg where I created a profile using the labels that were in your roadway dwt. The labels came in every time I opened the file. I used the same workflow, server, etc. and could not recreate the issue with your file. The only difference is your dwt was the base for both files.
It must have something to do with my dwg template. Also, since you mentioned it in an earlier post, I was having this problem before applying sp1 as well. As ssaigeon mentioned, the problem does not seem to arrise until I've been working with the files for some time.
Manually synchronizing the alignments when first opening the dwgs will work until I can recreate a new dwg template from scratch. I've been updating the one I have through several Civ 3D versions and that very well could be the problem. However, I'm obviously not the only one with this issue. More than one discussion is posted concerning this very problem.
Thanks for everyone's help,
Have a nice day!
Ran into the same problem on one of my Drawings.
Profile View Properties (by highlighting the Profile View, Right click)
Toggle User Specified Range
Add 5.0 metres to start and add 5.0 metres to end
if start is -0+005 make it -0+010
if end is 1+105 make it 0+110
This worked find for me, every time I open my problem Drawing the labels come in exactly as I save them.
I tried the adding extra meter in the stationing method. but it didn't work for my drawing. However locking the layer seem to work OK.
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