I’m wondering if this is possible or if a wish list item.
I have a single street alignment that looks like an “n”. My issue is the west side of the “n” is named “Main Street” & the east side is named “First Ave” in the real world. Is there a way to have an alignment name from station 1+00 - 10+00 be different than 10+00 - 20+00 for automatic label purposes? I would rather not break the alignment since it one long continuous street & in some instances there is a vertical curve within the breakpoint. JUst need to figure out how to use automatic lables for naming street intersections.
Using C3D 2010 but curious on newer versions too. Thanks.
I am on C3D 2012. Only way I can really come up with is to create separate label styles that you use for each end of the alignment. So you could have one Station Offset label style, for instance, that is configured to use the Alignment Name Property (assuming the alignment is named Main St) in the Text Component Editor, and another Station Offset label style where "FIRST AVE" is actually typed into the Text Component Editor instead of using the Alignment Name Property. Or perhaps you could use "First Ave" as the Alignment Description and use the Alignment Description Property in the second label style. See attached Pictures.
C3D 2012 SP1, Win XP Home