i read in a post that you can select and move some PVIs together :
- Select multiple PVI grips using shift+select and move them all appropriately. That's okay for a short distance, but not practical for several miles
but it dos not work
For the guys getting the big bucks that would be: Stretch.Forward or Stretch.Backwards
Well, until those 'big buck' guys implement it within C3D, SincpacC3D has done this for quite a while now.... http://www.quuxsoft.com/SincpacC3D_Help/SP_Stretch
No offense intended good Sir
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made a .net program for this and use it everyday when designing a long alignment with couple thousand vertical cuves (couple segments divided).
very simple program. like couple lines in .net that's it. moves vpi both ways. yeah don't expect too much this will be a native feature. but with .net we can just finish the job for autodesk. no need to upgrade after 2013 pretty much lol. 2012 superelevation is funky so 2013 is required.
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