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profile grade label reset

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11-07-2013 06:55 AM

i've got a profile with a lot of grade labels, some of which i've turned the visibiliy off. i need to turn some, but not al,l of them on. how does one do this?

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Re: profile grade label reset

11-07-2013 07:50 AM in reply to: nostupidquestions

Don't know if this will work..

 

Select one, right-click and choose select similar. Hopefully you will see grips for the hidden ones. If you do, deselect the ones you do not want to modify.

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Re: profile grade label reset

11-07-2013 07:52 AM in reply to: nostupidquestions

Existing ground or New Profile?

 

Bill

 

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Re: profile grade label reset

11-07-2013 07:57 AM in reply to: wfberry

it's a new profile. i can grab the grip of the one that is missing but there aren't any options to make it visible.

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Re: profile grade label reset

11-07-2013 08:33 AM in reply to: nostupidquestions

Once the visibility is turned off it seems there is no way to select it again. I think you are going to have to use the Reset All Label Groups and then hide the ones you don't want again.

 

Other options I see...

 

The weeding function in the Profile Labels dialog can limit the number of grade labels.

 

Use a grade label with the leader turned off and drag the unwanted labels out of the plot view so the can be reset if desired.

 

Wish they were better solutions.

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Re: profile grade label reset

11-07-2013 08:58 AM in reply to: jmayo

that's what i figured. it's a shame they can't make it like all the other line labels with labeling a single segment or multiple segments. thanks.

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Re: profile grade label reset

11-07-2013 10:05 AM in reply to: nostupidquestions
For next time, I recommend this:
Make a 'no-plot' label. That could show up on a no-plot layer, or it could be a label with the display set to false in the label style. (I made them on a no-plot layer and with very small text height.)
Then, when you want to turn some labels off, switch them to this style rather than setting their visibility off or deleting them. This way you can always switch them back again if you need them.

Doesn't help you now of course, and I agree that there should be a better way of handling this.


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