I'm building up my assembly and I want to add a daylight sub-assembly in order to grade my proposed surface to the existing surface. Typically I would have a 1:3 slope up or down. I have choosen the DaylightGeneral for this and although there is quite a few parameters to play with, I'm only interested in the up/down slope but when I put anything sleeper than 1:4 it doesnt work, I get this red line and circle. Can anyone tell me why?
Thanks in advance.
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Dan has it right. DaylightGeneral also has height limits for the test of flat slopes vs. medium or steep slopes. You need to make sure that the flat limit < medium limit < the steep limits.
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I find that the DaylightGeneral subassembly is not very general. For simple models, with single cut and fill slopes, I use the DaylightMaxWidth. It has fewer properties, which makes it easier to use. Just make sure to specify a maximum width value that will not constrain the slope.
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