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becka
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grip edit function not available in view/edit corridor sections

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02-09-2007 08:08 AM
The grip edit function is not available when I view/edit my corridor sections. Is there a setting in Civil 3D for this or could it be a software/hardware glitch on my system?

In my current drawing I have two corridors. I could not get 3D to transition properly at a stub between 5 and 7 foot walk. I am able to grip edit one corridor's sections, the other one I can't.
*Matt Kolberg
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Re: grip edit function not available in view/edit corridor sections

02-09-2007 09:21 AM in reply to: becka
If there's a surface associated with your corridor it's sometimes difficult
to select a link. Try using a crossing window, you should be able to grip
the link.

Matt
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becka
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Re: grip edit function not available in view/edit corridor sections

02-12-2007 06:27 AM in reply to: becka
Matt,

Thanks for your reply.

The problem isn't selecting the daylight line. The grip edits don't appear after selecting the line. I have tried also adding a point and link but I get a "nothing selected" message when I click on the locations.

Is there any other way to override the daylight point?

Thank you,

Becka

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