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Plan and Profile sheets left to right

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04-06-2010 02:09 PM
I have generated a right to left profile

I use General-create the view frames and they show right to left --good

I use General-create sheets to create the layouts in my current drawing

Rather than being from left to right, it flips my plan view upside down and aligns it on the left side. Anyone run into this issue

Is their a viewport setting I don't know about?

Civil3d2010 bug?
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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

05-25-2010 07:17 AM in reply to: hellafella
Hi,

You may be reporting a known issue, but first I want to make sure I
understand what you're saying:

On 4/6/2010 5:09 PM, hellafella wrote:
> I have generated a right to left profile

Do you mean "alignment" here, and not "profile?"

> I use General-create the view frames and they show right to left
> --good
>
> I use General-create sheets to create the layouts in my current
> drawing
>
> Rather than being from left to right, it flips my plan view upside
> down and aligns it on the left side. Anyone run into this issue

Can you post a small drawing that illustrates the problem?

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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

11-03-2010 09:37 AM in reply to: *Himanshu Gohel

Are you still wanting a drawing

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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

06-13-2011 05:35 AM in reply to: hellafella

I have the same problem with a plan and profile when going right to left profile is right and the plan drawing is flipped upside down. Did you get a fix for this?

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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

06-13-2011 06:10 AM in reply to: moggert

Sorry for asking the obvious question; are your alignments drawn right to left? If not I suspect thats why c3d is flipping

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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

06-13-2011 06:15 AM in reply to: Joe-Bouza

Yes the alignment runs north to south 0+000 is north and station 25+000 is south

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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

07-15-2011 01:09 PM in reply to: hellafella

I'm having the same issue. I have a alignment that runs East to West. The View Frames are upside down and the sheets come into the Sheet Set in reverse order. I'm using C3D2010. Any fixes or workarounds for this?

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Re: Plan and Profile sheets left to right

11-22-2013 05:51 AM in reply to: Chris_Warren

I am having the same issue as well. Any solutions yet? All I can think to do is create named views based on the boundaries of the view frames. But this will take a long time to do since I have multiple drawings, all with very long alignments. 

 

When I would "Create Sheets", I chose "Align profile and plan view at end". This seemed to fix my plan view, but then mess up my profile. It was working like that for a few days and now it no longer works and my 0+00 is at the left side of plan again instead of the right where I need it to be! (Reversing the stationing is not an option for me either)

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