I am working on some car parks and am using corridors. There are some area's that consist of seperate regions to tie up corner areas and junctions etc.
I am using link codes to create hatch and would like to use non-solid hatch. But the hatch does not appear to line up properly between regions, as shown on the attached image.
Are there any solutions for this or do I just have to live with it?
How do you mean? This hatch is a result from link codes of the corridor? There are no polylines involved?
Select the hatching areas that are to be continuous then try the AECLINEWORKSHRINKWRAP command, a continuous polyline surrounding this area should be produced on the CURRENT layer.
Thanks for the suggestion. It does seem to work with regards to making a closed boundary, but it appears to simply enclose the entire corridor and not the areas I want specifically. (ie it includes islands, areas that require different paving construciton etc).
I would prefer if there is a way to simply let the corridor do the hatcing as per link codes and leave it at that. So its completely dynamic.
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