Is there a way to have multiple elvations on a single point?
Such as with a top & bottom of curb.
I have tried to add a component to the style, assign the name as the control, and put in the elevation
I want, but you can't have multiple points with the same name.
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If the elevation is a consistant difference, as your example of top & bottom of curb, you could write an expression then add that to the label style for the elevation. In this case I've created the expression of Point Elevation - 0.5 and shown that below my TC: elevation as FL: (gutter).
To answer the original question, you cannot have a vertical wall in C3D (otherwise known as a point with equal xy and different z.
You will have to offset your top of curb horizontally a hair. (Scientifically speaking, a hair being a very small amount)
As Stacy suggests, User Defined Properties are a good way to do this.
see here for some info:
I also have used expressions for things like curb and gutter, where all you want is a label that takes the point elevation and adds or subtracts a curb height to it.
For situations where I need a top & bottom of curb I created an expression with a consistant elevation difference. I also have times when I have a wall top and then changing ex ground elevations. For these I used the UDP
and both are working great. Thank you for your help
can you explain the stepses to do that. I don't know what do you mean of UDP.
For your advice