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After Rotating Points

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04-24-2007 12:59 PM
After rotating points, checking points, modifying project & drawing, I no longer show an elevation for the civil point object when selected. I'm getting a "0" elevation where before rotation I got the elevation (points inserted by "actual elevation"). Point List looks good. I updated the point group and rebuilt my surface. I closed and reopened project. What am I missing?
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Re: After Rotating Points

04-25-2007 04:34 PM in reply to: oceanside
Oceanside are you sure the "current" status of the Points>Points Settings,
Insert tab, Insertion Elevation portion of the Dialog Box isn't set to a
Fixed Elevation of zero, instead of the Actual Elevation?

I always use the Actual Elevation, with a setting of -13.00 for the "If No
Elevation Use:" just above the Fixed Elevation BTW, but that's just me. ;0)

HTH

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After rotating points, checking points, modifying project & drawing, I no
longer show an elevation for the civil point object when selected. I'm
getting a "0" elevation where before rotation I got the elevation (points
inserted by "actual elevation"). Point List looks good. I updated the
point group and rebuilt my surface. I closed and reopened project. What
am I missing?

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