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*Dave D
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Vertical Curve Styles Issue

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12-23-2004 11:25 AM
Four styles for me too. But I'm also having another issue with this. When I have 2 consecutive descending "sagging" curves, I cannot get both to label properly. I label the first curve OK, but after I label the second curve, the labelling for the first curve dissappears. Same thing when I try labelling the curves in reverse order. This happens in all drawings for all projects that I have Civil3D 2005 setup for. Could I be missing something in my styles setup? Is there another pre-packaged style which labels vertical curves that I can try? Thanks, Dave D. > > "scott mceachron" wrote in message > news:41a8d772$1_3@newsprd01... >> I've made four styles... >> >> sm >> -- >> >> Scott McEachron >> The D.C. CADD Company - Dallas >> >> >> "Landman" wrote in message >> news:41a64583_1@newsprd01... >>> When setting up styles how are people working around the following. I am >>> looking at four different types of vertical curves...... Crest curve >>> (With >>> High Point) & (Without High Point) and Sag curve (With Low Point) & >>> (Without >>> Low Point). If you set up a style for crest and sags that incorporate >>> the >>> High and Low points if your design then has curves without Low and High >>> points your label style will report back ?????? for the information that >>> does not exist. What are you doing in regards to this. Are we forced to >>> make >>> four styles. >>> >>> >>> >> >> > >

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