I´m having some trouble about edit grading and hope that someone can help me.
I´ve done a grading "applying to entire lenght" but after done that I realized that I needed to do some located contentions. Is it possible to edit the grade for not applying it to entire lenght?
When I go to the modify tab, edit grading, it does not appears the option "apply to entire lenght?"
I don't believe so. From what I remember once you choose to grade from the entire length you are stuck. You will need to delete the grading and use new options.
That´s what I thought so,
unfortunately, my surface is "stitched" on the inside, if I do a new grade, with a new infill I´ll lose all my work
You are by no means stuck. You can definitely make edits to it.
It still amazes me of all the little things I don't know about that can make such a big deal in a workflow. Thanks, Matt!
Hi!!! Thank you so much for that solution!
But I still have a question about the creation of a transition. In autocad C3D 2013, it offers me an option to create transition, after that, if you press enter, it won´t work, because I only have 1 grading, no slope difference. Also, it offers me the option of [Points], so, I press P, and create a transition, is that correct?
I ask that because I thought that the creation of a transition was only used when I had different slopes at the same grade encountering each other.
I cant access Youtube here. What is the solution?
The transition tool can create a slope transition on the fly or expect at least two gradings along the feature line seperated by a gap. grading 1 would have slope 1 , grading 2 slope 2 and the transition flow btween them
I don't know what you mean Mariana. It's working in 2013 the same way as it is in my video. I have no "P" option when adding transitions.
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