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Surface Profile

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12-12-2004 04:04 PM
1) Where are the controls for the little arrows that show up on surface profiles? 2) Where are the controls for the slope/grade labels that show up on surface profiles. I have a surface profile with many grade labels jumbled together, and would like to delete some grade labels but leave others. Is this possible? Thanks, plt C3D2005
*H Gohel
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Re: Surface Profile

12-13-2004 07:06 AM in reply to: *plt
"plt" wrote in message news:41bcdc6d_3@newsprd01... > 1) Where are the controls for the little arrows that show up on surface > profiles? Select the surface profile Right-click for context menu, select "Edit Profile Style..." Switch to the Display tab Edit the "Arrow" display component as you please You can also do the same thing by switching to the Settings tab in the toolspace (SHOWTS if not visible), then navigate to Profile > Profile Styles and then the style you want to edit. In the online help, go to Autodesk Civil 3D Help > Autodesk Civil 3D User's Guide > Profiles > Profile Styles > 2) Where are the controls for the slope/grade labels that show up on surface > profiles. I have a surface profile with many grade labels jumbled together, > and would like to delete some grade labels but leave others. Is this > possible? This is controlled by the label style. Select the surface profile Right-click for context menu, select "Edit Labels..." Edit the "Lines" label component by editing the parameters in that component, or by editing the style associated with it. This controls the slope labels on the profile. You can control the start/end stations and interval for the slope labels, and set a "weeding" factor if you want to see fewer labels. Edit the "Grade Breaks" label component by editing the parameters in that component, or by editing the style associated with it. This controls the grade break labels. In the online help, go to Autodesk Civil 3D Help > Autodesk Civil 3D User's Guide > Profiles > Profile Labels and Label Styles -- Himanshu Gohel. Civil3D Team, Autodesk, Inc. Autodesk Civil3D Product Information <>

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