AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Tyler
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Corridor Daylight

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04-07-2005 11:01 AM
What is the term used for the daylight line that connects a fill-daylight to a cut-daylight? I've got cut-daylights on one layer/color and fill-daylight on another but the connection just default to the corridor layer/color. Thanks! Tyler
*tmi
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Re: Corridor Daylight

04-07-2005 12:42 PM in reply to: *Tyler
There is no code in the subassembly that will connect only that portion of the corridor that transitions from fill-to-cut (or cut-to-fill). However, the "daylight" code does connect in those portions as well as all daylight portions (cut and fill) along the corridor. You could try setting the symbology of that code to get the layer/color you're after. Hovering over the feature line with the cursor should give you a tool tip indicating which feature code is in the portion of the corridor. Tom Inzinga Autodesk "Tyler" wrote in message news:4255757c$1_2@newsprd01... > What is the term used for the daylight line that connects a fill-daylight > to a cut-daylight? I've got cut-daylights on one layer/color and > fill-daylight on another but the connection just default to the corridor > layer/color. > > Thanks! > > Tyler >
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