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Pipe Crossing Label style

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03-04-2014 02:22 PM

I wanted to adjust the style so the line starts at the invert so I thought no problem I'll write an expression. I wrote

-1*({Pipe Inner Diameter or Width}/2) int the hopes I could use it in the y offset parameter but the expression doesn't show up in the pop down. Infact I have another expression for flow, and if I add several more expressions to my list when I go to the pop down only Flow shows. Is this a 2013 thing?

 

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Re: Pipe Crossing Label style

03-04-2014 03:43 PM in reply to: Joe-Bouza
It may be a 2013 thing (or more likely every version previous to 2014). I tested in 2014 and expressions are available in the drop down for the offset. You could try adding a no plot line, and try playing with the anchor options, then anchor your label to the line.
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Re: Pipe Crossing Label style

03-04-2014 04:58 PM in reply to: Joe-Bouza

They are all formatted as Double values, Joe? And they are all expressions created for Pipe Plan Profile labels?

 

In 2013 I have 5 expressions and all are available to me. This one works works in a 20 scale drawing with Vert. scale of 5

 

-1*(({Pipe Inner Diameter or Width}/2.0)/{Drawing Scale Conversion})*4 

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