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Change of Station Label Format

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11-16-2012 10:05 AM

Hi,

 

I would like to change the station label format from 00+000.000 to 00,0+00.000

To move the + is easy, but how can I add the ,?

 

This type of station label is the standard by the Deutsche Bahn, so it's not that far-fetched.

 

thx.

Christoph

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HP z400 Workstation
ATI FirePro V4800
C3D2013

It won't work with the digit grouping option - This Option is not available for Station-Formats.

 

I solved the Issue then via:

1. Create a new Expression "00,0": Rounddown(Stationvalue,-3)/1000

Expression.jpg

 

2. Adress this into your Styles: "00,0" "Station-Index-Sign" "Station Index left side of the Station-Index sign.

Style.jpg

Thx.

 

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Re: Change of Station Label Format

11-16-2012 10:14 AM in reply to: office

You could add a text component containing the comma and position it between the digits. However. I can't think of any way to create a space. So it would look pretty clumsy. See http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-Civil-3D/Line-Bearing-Label-Expressions/m-p/3701176#U3701176

 

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Re: Change of Station Label Format

11-16-2012 10:35 AM in reply to: office
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Re: Change of Station Label Format

11-18-2012 11:10 PM in reply to: troma

It won't work with the digit grouping option - This Option is not available for Station-Formats.

 

I solved the Issue then via:

1. Create a new Expression "00,0": Rounddown(Stationvalue,-3)/1000

Expression.jpg

 

2. Adress this into your Styles: "00,0" "Station-Index-Sign" "Station Index left side of the Station-Index sign.

Style.jpg

Thx.

 

Win7 64bit
HP z400 Workstation
ATI FirePro V4800
C3D2013
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