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byrons
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Registered: ‎12-22-2006
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Corridor Daylight Boundary

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06-08-2007 08:06 AM
I want to somehow extract the linework that makes up the daylight boundaries of a corridor to use as a boundary for my existing ground surface so that I can view the corridor running through the existing ground in 3D. Maybe this is an old school way of thinking! Is there perhaps a better way to do this?
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mwright
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Re: Corridor Daylight Boundary

06-08-2007 09:29 AM in reply to: byrons
there is a command for this...

Corridors > Utilities > Create Polyline from Corridor

Matt Wright
Pacificad Inc.
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byrons
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Re: Corridor Daylight Boundary

06-08-2007 10:40 AM in reply to: byrons
Man... it was right in front of me. Cool tool.
Thanks Matt.
Hey I see you work for Pacificad, where do you call home?

Byron
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mwright
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Re: Corridor Daylight Boundary

06-11-2007 09:59 AM in reply to: byrons
Hey Byron,

Glad to have helped. Our main office is in Spokane, Washington. I live north of town out in the sticks =D. We also have two remote offices in Boise, ID and Helena, MT.

Where might you be located?

Matt Wright
Pacificad. Inc
mwright@pacificad.com
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byrons
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Re: Corridor Daylight Boundary

06-11-2007 02:47 PM in reply to: byrons
Thanks again Matt...
I am in Libby, MT. & a former Spokane ITT student.
New you must be "close by" when I saw the reference to Pacificad.
Take Care.
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