The way I used to adjust feature lines was to highlight the node I wanted to adjust and then raise or lower that elevation encrementally until I got to a grade that worked.
Now I've noticed that when I highlight a node and hit the button to raise or lower, it forgets which node I had highlighted after the first press. This is a problem because now I either have to click on the node every time, because if I don't it will raise or lower the elevation of the entire feature line. It is a huge pain in the rear.
Hope that makes sense, is it happening to anyone else? Is there a fix? It worked fine in 2011, not sure about 2012.
Sorry no solution but that does seem like a major problem
I am having the same problem. For small feature lines, it is just annoying, but for longer feature lines it is very time-consuming. I am running Civil 3D 2013 with SP 1.
Autodesk, please let us know if there is a fix for this bug.
I am now using Ciivl 3D 2014 with SP2 and this is still a problem. A solution would be much appreciated (as would some sort of response).
Start a Service Request on the Subscription page. If you've on 2014 I'd think you're on Subscription. Autodesk employees sometime respond in the forums but that's just on and off. The forums are peer to peer support.
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