AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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Depth label in profile view

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11-18-2004 08:49 AM
I would like to create a label in a profle view, that will show the depth between 2 profiles,for example between existing and finished ground. I would like to put this label incrementally along finished ground minor and major stations. Is this possible ? How can i control the increment of major and minor stations in a profile ?
*Chakri Gavini
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Re: Depth label in profile view

11-18-2004 10:26 AM in reply to: snowdrop
To label right on an FG profile no. However, you can annotate this data along the profile view (at major/minor stations) by adding a "profile data" band with "Profile 1 Elevation - Profile 2 Elevation" property field. Does this helps Chakri "snowdrop" wrote in message news:213898.1100796613881.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I would like to create a label in a profle view, that will show the depth between 2 profiles,for example between existing and finished ground. I would like to put this label incrementally along finished ground minor and major stations. Is this possible ? How can i control the increment of major and minor stations in a profile ?
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Re: Depth label in profile view

11-18-2004 01:51 PM in reply to: snowdrop
Actually, i knew i could that but i was interested about putting these labels directly to the fg profile. Do you know how i can control increment of major/minor stationing of "profile data" band ?
*Peter Funk - Autodesk, Inc.
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Re: Depth label in profile view

11-18-2004 02:30 PM in reply to: snowdrop
You control the increment by adjusting the Major and Minor station increment in the horiz axis of the Profile View style. Peter Funk API Product Manager Autodesk, Inc.
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