AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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SurveyorLee
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Message 11 of 27 (266 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

10-31-2012 04:48 PM in reply to: J_Seeds

To get around that, I went in and created a special text style the is annotative at 1"=1'.  I created mine at 0.06' (Leroy 60).

Tne when the points are inserted at 1"=1', they come in corrrectly.  Since the text type is annotative, the size will automatically rescale to Leroy 60.  So you can change the scale and the points and symbols will re-scale.

 

Surveyor Lee

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AllenJessup
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Message 12 of 27 (256 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 05:49 AM in reply to: J_Seeds

You might be able to handle it using an expression the way I handle the text height. See my post [Here].

 

Allen

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troma
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Message 13 of 27 (251 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 07:38 AM in reply to: AllenJessup

That looks familiar!  :smileywink:


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AllenJessup
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Message 14 of 27 (249 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 07:44 AM in reply to: troma

Yes. I knew it had been mentioned.:smileyhappy: But sometimes a second opinion, although exactly the same, will help someone along the right track.:smileywink:

 

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troma
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Message 15 of 27 (244 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 08:17 AM in reply to: AllenJessup

Fair 'nuf.  Nice theory. :smileywink:


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AllenJessup
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Message 16 of 27 (240 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 08:22 AM in reply to: troma

troma wrote:

Nice theory


And I'm standing buy it! Truly I did remember that it had been mentioned. But I only reread the original post. So I hadn't remembered you'd covered it in full detail.

Redundancy never hurts. Belt and suspenders and all that. How many people here in the North East wish they had a redundant power supply!

 

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troma
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Message 17 of 27 (231 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 09:26 AM in reply to: AllenJessup

Truly, tautology is so redundant!

 

The 'nice theory' I was referring to is that repetition will actually persuade someone to pay attention; not that you knew you were repeating. I believe you.


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J_Seeds
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Message 18 of 27 (227 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 09:53 AM in reply to: troma

Allen, I tried your expression solution and it does what I want when the point label is in its "home position" however I'm not able to apply the expression to the text height in dragged state mode. Am I missing something? BTW I'm working in 2010 not sure if 2012 or 13 is different.

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troma
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Message 19 of 27 (222 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 10:14 AM in reply to: J_Seeds

Can you set the dragged state to 'As Composed' ?


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AllenJessup
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Message 20 of 27 (221 Views)

Re: Dealing with AECC_COGO_POINTs

11-01-2012 10:15 AM in reply to: J_Seeds

In the Label Style Composer, on the Dragged State tab, under Dragged State Components the Display must be As Composed not Stacked Text. You can't put in an expression for text height in the stacked text.

 

Allen

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