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2013 bug - corridor feature lines

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04-17-2012 11:00 AM

I have a road corridor with feature lines connecting the road edges (cyan), ditchline (dark green), daylight_cut (yellow), daylight_fill (green) and daylight (white).  At certain random locations along this corridor I am getting feature lines which span from one station to another, ignoring all of the corridor sections in between.  The image below shows a daylight_fill line spanning over 60m, even though there is a daylight line through this region.

 

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In this area a ditch line and a daylight_cut start at 4+110, skip over the next cut section at 4+120 and jump over a hundred meters to the next piece of ditch at 4+280

 

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This corridor builds clean - no error messages reported.  Is anybody else seeing this behaviour?

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-17-2012 01:00 PM in reply to: sboon

Can you post the dwg? or a sample dwg?

Dana Probert, P.E.
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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-17-2012 01:23 PM in reply to: dana.probert

Not on a public board Dana, but PM me and I'll arrange to get it to you somehow.

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 11:17 AM in reply to: sboon

Can you make it fail in a tutorial or sample dwg?

 

You can email me the dwg if you like and I can see if I can get it looked at. First dot last at youknowwhere.com

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 11:43 AM in reply to: sboon

In the Feature Lines tab of corridor properties...Does Branching Inward or Outward make a difference?

 

Brent

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 11:55 AM in reply to: bigblittlerent

Nope.

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 11:57 AM in reply to: sboon

I know that you have probably checked this... but just looking at your screen capture, I have to ask.

 

Is there a corridor surface in your dwg with the border only display on?

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 11:57 AM in reply to: sboon

Steve,

 

To answer your previous question...Yes, I saw this a few times...branching outward solved it for me a couple times.

 

Good luck.

 

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 12:08 PM in reply to: dana.probert

No surface Dana.  The green lines are Daylight_Fill feature lines, the yellow ones are Daylight_Cut, and the white ones are Daylight codes.  The darker green ones parallel to the Daylight_Cut  are the Ditch codes.

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Re: 2013 bug - corridor feature lines

04-19-2012 12:16 PM in reply to: sboon

Steve,

 

Was the assembly built in 2013?...have had problems mixing subassemblies from different versions of software.

 

Brent

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