AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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darkman257
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Unwanted Profile Lines

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06-22-2011 07:40 PM

I know this is a style function but having issues trying to hone it in. But picture a profile a ground an existing ground surface but there are lines that come up from the stationing axis and intersects the ground profile.  It would appear that it would be to mark grade breaks but the grade does not break at those places.  Any suggestions?

 

 

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Dilbert's Salary Theorem: Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power Postulate 2: Time is Money. Power = Work / Time. Since Knowledge = Power,
then Knowledge = Work / Time, and Tme = Money, then Knowledge = Work / Money. Solving for Money, we get: Money = Work / Knowledge.
Thus as Knowledge approaches zero, money approaches infinity, regardless of the amount of work done.

Your description sounds like grid clipping, which is part of the profile view style not the style of the profile line.

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sboon
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Re: Unwanted Profile Lines

06-22-2011 09:42 PM in reply to: darkman257

Your description sounds like grid clipping, which is part of the profile view style not the style of the profile line.

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darkman257
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Re: Unwanted Profile Lines

06-22-2011 09:59 PM in reply to: sboon

Good call!  This is my first time really creating profiles and the vertical clipping was set to Yes.  I clicked no and bam, much better.  Thanks for the help!:smileyvery-happy:

Infrastructure Design Suite 2012 - Premium, Intel Quad Core 2.66 Ghz, 8 GB Ram, Nvidia Quadro FX4800

Dilbert's Salary Theorem: Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power Postulate 2: Time is Money. Power = Work / Time. Since Knowledge = Power,
then Knowledge = Work / Time, and Tme = Money, then Knowledge = Work / Money. Solving for Money, we get: Money = Work / Knowledge.
Thus as Knowledge approaches zero, money approaches infinity, regardless of the amount of work done.
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