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phil
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Registered: ‎10-09-2006
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parcel creates additional segments

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10-22-2006 07:03 PM
When grip editing a parcel line to a new location it splits into 3 new parcels (all the same bearing, but summing the correct length). Still, after multiple undo's and retries, I can't prevent the property line in that parcel from dividing into 3 separate property lines. The line was 50' originally, but split into a 24.0', 23.9' and 2.1' segments - almost like it had a setting to force the division (and do it at 24' max segment lengths). None of this seemed to follow any parcel styles or bearing line creation routines.

Anyone seen this before?

Thanks.
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RussMG
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Registered: ‎09-05-2006
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Re: parcel creates additional segments

10-24-2006 04:53 AM in reply to: phil
Are there any parcels that are conecting to the other side of the parcel line? Neighboring lots? Also, I have seen grading (or alignments) that was on the same Site as the parcels, but were on a layer that was turned off, effect the parcel creation in strange ways. Actually, not strange - exactly what it was supposed to do - but we couldn't see *why* it was reacting because the other Site object wasn't visible.

Just smoething to check,
Russ

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