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Surfaces

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02-02-2004 05:27 AM
We need to have a method for deleting multiple surface lines in a single selection either by window, crossing or fence.

Adding a brealine creates new points in the surface and re-triangulates to these points. I would like to have breakine points deleted when the breakine is deleted without having to rebuild.
*Daniel Philbrick
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Re: Surfaces

02-17-2004 06:11 AM in reply to: danbonenfant
Dan, Excellent suggestions. These are both issues that have been identified - in particular your first suggestion. I am sure you have seen this, but there is an option to rebuild the surface dyanamically when a Terrain edit occurs. This option is called "Rebuild - Automatic". This does rebuild the surface when the breakline is deleted. However, your suggestion would improve the overall performance. Daniel Philbrick ISD Civil Development "danbonenfant" wrote in message news:30275406.1075728488869.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > We need to have a method for deleting multiple surface lines in a single selection either by window, crossing or fence. > > Adding a brealine creates new points in the surface and re-triangulates to these points. I would like to have breakine points deleted when the breakine is deleted without having to rebuild.

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