AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Matt Kolberg
Message 1 of 5 (249 Views)

Property Line in Sections

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05-16-2005 10:39 AM

Has anyone figured out a good method to show a
property line in section views similar to the way we did it in Land?  I
just want to see a vertical line in the section view with a label that says PL
or something.

 

Matt Kolberg
*Drew Burgasser
Message 2 of 5 (249 Views)

Re: Property Line in Sections

05-16-2005 11:37 AM in reply to: *Matt Kolberg
Matt:

If there is an alignment defined corresponding to the property line, you can
use the profile grade points feature within each of the sections properties.
You can even create a marker style that shows PL.

The only problem is that I think you have to do this for each of the
sections individually.

Hopefully, someone will give you a better answer.

Sincerely,
Drew Burgasser
CAD Masters, Inc.

"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
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Has anyone figured out a good method to show a property line in section
views similar to the way we did it in Land? I just want to see a vertical
line in the section view with a label that says PL or something.

Matt Kolberg
*Matt Kolberg
Message 3 of 5 (249 Views)

Re: Property Line in Sections

05-16-2005 02:11 PM in reply to: *Matt Kolberg
Thanks Drew. That will do the trick. I certainly hope there is, or will
be, a way to get those to show in my section views all at once instead of
one at a time. Cool, but very time consuming with 100+ sections.

Matt Kolberg


"Drew Burgasser" wrote in message
news:4846306@discussion.autodesk.com...
Matt:

If there is an alignment defined corresponding to the property line, you can
use the profile grade points feature within each of the sections properties.
You can even create a marker style that shows PL.

The only problem is that I think you have to do this for each of the
sections individually.

Hopefully, someone will give you a better answer.

Sincerely,
Drew Burgasser
CAD Masters, Inc.

"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
news:4846175@discussion.autodesk.com...
Has anyone figured out a good method to show a property line in section
views similar to the way we did it in Land? I just want to see a vertical
line in the section view with a label that says PL or something.

Matt Kolberg
*Landman
Message 4 of 5 (249 Views)

Re: Property Line in Sections

05-27-2005 11:56 AM in reply to: *Matt Kolberg
The easy way to get your pline to show in the section view... or at least I
think it is easy. Create a offset assembly left and right of your current
assemby and have it transition to a alignment that follows your pline. For
the offset assemblies I just use a vertical link that projects to the
current surface. Property lines show up for the whole corridor no problem.

Hope this helps.

Robert Howell
RD Lewis and Associates


"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
news:4846585@discussion.autodesk.com...
Thanks Drew. That will do the trick. I certainly hope there is, or will
be, a way to get those to show in my section views all at once instead of
one at a time. Cool, but very time consuming with 100+ sections.

Matt Kolberg


"Drew Burgasser" wrote in message
news:4846306@discussion.autodesk.com...
Matt:

If there is an alignment defined corresponding to the property line, you can
use the profile grade points feature within each of the sections properties.
You can even create a marker style that shows PL.

The only problem is that I think you have to do this for each of the
sections individually.

Hopefully, someone will give you a better answer.

Sincerely,
Drew Burgasser
CAD Masters, Inc.

"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
news:4846175@discussion.autodesk.com...
Has anyone figured out a good method to show a property line in section
views similar to the way we did it in Land? I just want to see a vertical
line in the section view with a label that says PL or something.

Matt Kolberg
*Matt Kolberg
Message 5 of 5 (249 Views)

Re: Property Line in Sections

05-30-2005 09:38 AM in reply to: *Matt Kolberg
That sounds like a good idea. I tried that already, but it didn't work. I
tried in in 2005, however. I'll give it another shot. Thanks for the
suggestion.

Matt Kolberg


"Landman" wrote in message
news:4859163@discussion.autodesk.com...
The easy way to get your pline to show in the section view... or at least I
think it is easy. Create a offset assembly left and right of your current
assemby and have it transition to a alignment that follows your pline. For
the offset assemblies I just use a vertical link that projects to the
current surface. Property lines show up for the whole corridor no problem.

Hope this helps.

Robert Howell
RD Lewis and Associates


"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
news:4846585@discussion.autodesk.com...
Thanks Drew. That will do the trick. I certainly hope there is, or will
be, a way to get those to show in my section views all at once instead of
one at a time. Cool, but very time consuming with 100+ sections.

Matt Kolberg


"Drew Burgasser" wrote in message
news:4846306@discussion.autodesk.com...
Matt:

If there is an alignment defined corresponding to the property line, you can
use the profile grade points feature within each of the sections properties.
You can even create a marker style that shows PL.

The only problem is that I think you have to do this for each of the
sections individually.

Hopefully, someone will give you a better answer.

Sincerely,
Drew Burgasser
CAD Masters, Inc.

"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
news:4846175@discussion.autodesk.com...
Has anyone figured out a good method to show a property line in section
views similar to the way we did it in Land? I just want to see a vertical
line in the section view with a label that says PL or something.

Matt Kolberg
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