AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Rizzo, Jon
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elevation range broken

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10-07-2003 05:45 AM
I created a surface style to show elevation ranges, but it doesn't seem to
work. I set it to around 10 elevation ranges in Green & that worked, but
now if I try and change the style again, it has no effect at all on the
display. I tried various numbers of elevation ranges & most of the color
schemes as well as "2D solids" and "hatch solids" but it always stays in the
original green style that I created.


Jon Rizzo
Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
*Simeone, David
Message 2 of 2 (91 Views)

Re: elevation range broken

10-07-2003 10:23 AM in reply to: *Rizzo, Jon
Hi Jon

The number of ranges, color scheme, etc need to be set in the "Properties"
dialog. Pick the object, right click, select properties. Once in the
Properties dialog, go to the "Analysis" tab and set the range values as
desired. Make sure you set the range type (ie, elevation, slope, contours,
etc)

Cheers
DAS

"Jon Rizzo" wrote in message
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> I created a surface style to show elevation ranges, but it doesn't seem to
> work. I set it to around 10 elevation ranges in Green & that worked, but
> now if I try and change the style again, it has no effect at all on the
> display. I tried various numbers of elevation ranges & most of the color
> schemes as well as "2D solids" and "hatch solids" but it always stays in
the
> original green style that I created.
>
>
> Jon Rizzo
> Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
>
>
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