AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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randcdavidson
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Multipurpose Styles>Shape Styles edits?

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10-19-2012 03:30 PM

I'm using the borehole importer in the toolbox. The resulting shape files come in my profile about 25'+ wide. Anyway to narrow this down to say 5 or 6 feet in width?

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AlmasSuljevic
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Re: Multipurpose Styles>Shape Styles edits?

10-22-2012 06:28 AM in reply to: randcdavidson

Could you provide us more information of the settings you are trying to adjust and give us more information of what you try to achieve? In the mean time can you please try following the post from "From the ground up" blog site.http://fromthegroundup.typepad.com/from_the_ground_up/2010/12/borehole-sample-data-and-helpfile.html

 

It explains teh settinsg and how to import it? 



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randcdavidson
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Re: Multipurpose Styles>Shape Styles edits?

10-22-2012 09:48 AM in reply to: randcdavidson

as an example the attached image shows the block (SL1) as you can see it displays about 30' in width for the profile view. I would prefer it to be about 5' in width/profile view. Any way to set this?

 

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Re: Multipurpose Styles>Shape Styles edits?

10-22-2012 11:28 AM in reply to: randcdavidson

I know I can edit the block in the block editor and change the x scale in the properties, although this change the text width. Where is the block that the toolbox borehole importer uses for the profile view? Is the block first created once the import button is presed? I would prefer it to come in something like this

 

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