AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Antoljak, Strahimir
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copied surface styles

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11-05-2003 11:14 PM
when a Surface style is created
using Copy Current Selection in the
Surface Properties dialog box and
made current - in the Settings Tab
of the Toolspace, under Surface
Styles, that object gets an orange
triangle marking it as applied -
expected behavior.

Now if I apply back the original
Surface style, that small triangular
orange indicator does not switch
back - rather it stays with the copy
of the Surface Style wrongly indicating
what Surface Style has been applied.

thanks,

--
Strah @ Langan
*Sanders, Henry
Message 2 of 2 (93 Views)

Re: copied surface styles

11-07-2003 01:57 AM in reply to: *Antoljak, Strahimir
Strah,
I have created a defect for this behavior. Some object styles, Parcels for
example, will display the reference icon following a refresh of the feature.
Surface styles will update following a save and re-opening the drawing.
Thanks,
Henry

--
Henry Sanders
Autodesk ISD Civil Test Development

"Strahimir Antoljak" wrote in message
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> when a Surface style is created
> using Copy Current Selection in the
> Surface Properties dialog box and
> made current - in the Settings Tab
> of the Toolspace, under Surface
> Styles, that object gets an orange
> triangle marking it as applied -
> expected behavior.
>
> Now if I apply back the original
> Surface style, that small triangular
> orange indicator does not switch
> back - rather it stays with the copy
> of the Surface Style wrongly indicating
> what Surface Style has been applied.
>
> thanks,
>
> --
> Strah @ Langan
>
>
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