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*Brian Hailey
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Surface Profiles

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02-18-2004 10:00 AM
I've been playing around in Civil3D with some previous jobs we've done in LDT. I noticed that if you create an alignment that coincides with points in the surface, that sometimes, the surface profile will just stop at one of those points and not calculate anything beyond it. I've had it happen three times to two different alignments in the file. If I slightly modify the surface, it then calculates the rest of the surface profile. Anyone else seen this rather odd behavior? Brian
*Daniel Philbrick
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Re: Surface Profiles

02-20-2004 05:14 AM in reply to: *Brian Hailey
Brian, I am not seeing this behavior with the Sp1 build. I tried to both create and edit an alignment that snapped to points in the surface. If you are able to reproduce the problem again, please attach (or email the drawing). thanks, Daniel Philbrick ISD Civil Development. "Brian Hailey" wrote in message news:4033a83c$1_1@newsprd01... > I've been playing around in Civil3D with some previous jobs we've done in > LDT. I noticed that if you create an alignment that coincides with points > in the surface, that sometimes, the surface profile will just stop at one of > those points and not calculate anything beyond it. I've had it happen three > times to two different alignments in the file. If I slightly modify the > surface, it then calculates the rest of the surface profile. Anyone else > seen this rather odd behavior? > > Brian > >
*Brian Hailey
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Re: Surface Profiles

02-20-2004 08:10 AM in reply to: *Brian Hailey
Hi Daniel, I'll try to recreate it and post back. Brian "Daniel Philbrick" wrote in message news:4036084d$1_3@newsprd01... > Brian, > > I am not seeing this behavior with the Sp1 build. I tried to both create > and edit an alignment that snapped to points in the surface. If you are > able to reproduce the problem again, please attach (or email the drawing). > > thanks, > > Daniel Philbrick > ISD Civil Development.
*Brian Hailey
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Re: Surface Profiles

02-20-2004 01:46 PM in reply to: *Brian Hailey
I'll post the drawing in customer-files with the topic "Surface Profiles (Civil3D)". Brian "Brian Hailey" wrote in message news:40363182_2@newsprd01... > Hi Daniel, > > I'll try to recreate it and post back. > > Brian > > "Daniel Philbrick" wrote in message > news:4036084d$1_3@newsprd01... > > Brian, > > > > I am not seeing this behavior with the Sp1 build. I tried to both create > > and edit an alignment that snapped to points in the surface. If you are > > able to reproduce the problem again, please attach (or email the drawing). > > > > thanks, > > > > Daniel Philbrick > > ISD Civil Development. > >
*Daniel Philbrick
Message 5 of 5 (59 Views)

Re: Surface Profiles

02-23-2004 07:45 AM in reply to: *Brian Hailey
Brian, Thanks for the drawing which clearly illustrates the problem. Dan Philbrick "Brian Hailey" wrote in message news:4036801e$1_3@newsprd01... > I'll post the drawing in customer-files with the topic "Surface Profiles > (Civil3D)". > > Brian > > "Brian Hailey" wrote in message > news:40363182_2@newsprd01... > > Hi Daniel, > > > > I'll try to recreate it and post back. > > > > Brian > > > > "Daniel Philbrick" wrote in message > > news:4036084d$1_3@newsprd01... > > > Brian, > > > > > > I am not seeing this behavior with the Sp1 build. I tried to both > create > > > and edit an alignment that snapped to points in the surface. If you are > > > able to reproduce the problem again, please attach (or email the > drawing). > > > > > > thanks, > > > > > > Daniel Philbrick > > > ISD Civil Development. > > > > > > >

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