You may also want to note that given a profile created with the Layout tools you can select the profile and hit the Geomerty Editor button on the contextual Ribbon tab you will see the Profile Layout Toolstoolbar. This toolbar has a button to raise/lower the profile. I can do all PI's or PI's within a station range.
Apologies for the confusion.
Yes, that problem occurs as I move the “profile view” but not the “design vertical curve”
I tried the “region” but has no effect!
When the “design vertical curve” disappears as I moved the “profile view”?
I see what's happening but I can't reproduce it in 2012, So that may be a new "Feature Enhancement" in 2013. I'd suggest starting a Service Request if your on Subscription or calling them if you at gold level.
Many thanks AllenJessup. I’ll see if it works
Did you ever find a solution to this problem?
I've recently come across the same problem in a drawing of mine.
Surveyors input data and did profile work but it was put into local coordinates rather then world UTM as we require for the complete package. So my task is to copy the objects over, which is simple enough on its own, and then move them to meet the rest of the project. When I move them I seem to lose the profile data while the rest seems to have moved with all of its relative information intact.
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