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jkbliss
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elevation labels in profile data band

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03-07-2005 07:15 AM
I copied the profile data band style that comes in the Civil 3D tutorial into a drawing I am setting up as a template with all of our styles defined.
The elevations at the major stations in the profile data band are the same except for the precision. Both labels seem to be referencing the same profile. I have looked at the Profile Data Band style in the Compose label section. The FG Elevation is set to Profile 1 info and the EG Elevation is set to Profile 2 info however they are both labeling the same elevation except to different precision and the two different profiles are several feet different in elevation. How do I correct this? And for future reference which is suppose to be Profile 1 and which Profile 2 or does this not work?
*Daniel Philbrick
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Re: elevation labels in profile data band

03-07-2005 09:23 AM in reply to: jkbliss
Select the Profile View -> Rt. Click Properties -> Select the Band Tab. In the control that appears, scroll over to the right and you will see where you can set the actual profile data for Profile 1 and Profile 2. Daniel Philbrick Autodesk, Inc. "jkbliss" wrote in message news:15029193.1110208577165.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I copied the profile data band style that comes in the Civil 3D tutorial into a drawing I am setting up as a template with all of our styles defined. > The elevations at the major stations in the profile data band are the same except for the precision. Both labels seem to be referencing the same profile. I have looked at the Profile Data Band style in the Compose label section. The FG Elevation is set to Profile 1 info and the EG Elevation is set to Profile 2 info however they are both labeling the same elevation except to different precision and the two different profiles are several feet different in elevation. How do I correct this? And for future reference which is suppose to be Profile 1 and which Profile 2 or does this not work?
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jkbliss
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Re: elevation labels in profile data band

03-11-2005 04:23 AM in reply to: jkbliss
Thanks. I figured it was something simple that I was missing.
*K�v�lc�m Tezan Ocak
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Re: elevation labels in profile data band

03-31-2005 02:59 AM in reply to: jkbliss
Hi, I have the same problem. Profile 1 and Profile 2 elevations are same inte band view. How did you solve this. Kývýlcým Tezan Ocak "jkbliss" , haber iletisinde þunlarý yazdý:15029193.1110208577165.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... >I copied the profile data band style that comes in the Civil 3D tutorial >into a drawing I am setting up as a template with all of our styles >defined. > The elevations at the major stations in the profile data band are the same > except for the precision. Both labels seem to be referencing the same > profile. I have looked at the Profile Data Band style in the Compose > label section. The FG Elevation is set to Profile 1 info and the EG > Elevation is set to Profile 2 info however they are both labeling the same > elevation except to different precision and the two different profiles are > several feet different in elevation. How do I correct this? And for > future reference which is suppose to be Profile 1 and which Profile 2 or > does this not work?

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