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sakuramukuro
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Corridor Problem, target options

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01-19-2013 05:06 PM

I followed all the instructions.  But I still have this problem. 

 

Value on wrong side of alignment or profile Target corridor

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BrianHailey
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Re: Corridor Problem, target options

01-19-2013 09:29 PM in reply to: sakuramukuro

It looks like you have two daylight subassemblies, one on each side, and you have them both targeting the same profile. Most likely your profile is one one side of your assembly so the other side can't target it.

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sboon
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Re: Corridor Problem, target options

01-19-2013 10:05 PM in reply to: BrianHailey

Interesting.  I would have assumed that a target controlling elevation would not care about which side the reference alignment was on.  I also noticed that the warning is coming from the subassemblies on both sides.  It would make more sense if it was complaining about one side only.

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Re: Corridor Problem, target options

01-20-2013 09:15 AM in reply to: sboon

sboon wrote:

Interesting.  I would have assumed that a target controlling elevation would not care about which side the reference alignment was on.  I also noticed that the warning is coming from the subassemblies on both sides.  It would make more sense if it was complaining about one side only.


I didn't look at it real close. I just saw that both sides were targeting the same profile and I just threw that out as an option. I've never tried to target a profile that wasn't on the same line as what I was targeting horizontally. You know what they say, when you pressume, you make a press out of... never mind. :smileyhappy:

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