AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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Buzz123
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Registered: ‎06-06-2002
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Viewing Corridors

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02-02-2005 02:46 PM
OK so I've completed my corridor design, and now I'd like to plot it. I only want to see some of my feature lines, and I can turn off unwanted Feature Lines by placing them on a layer that's turned off.

But how do I control the visibility of the corridor section lines (I think they're called links)? (please note I'm not talking about section sample lines)

Any help would be appreciated

Michael
C3D SP1
Michael
Civil3D 2012
HP Elitebook 8560w
Core i7-2820QM (2.3-3.4GHz)
nVidia Quadro 2000M 2GB
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fede-ITA
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Registered: ‎02-05-2005
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Re: Viewing Corridors

02-05-2005 08:35 AM in reply to: Buzz123
Hi,

Maybe you can use the command Corridor\Extract\Create Polylines from feature lines. It allows you to generate 3D polylines that have the same "position" (or shape); then you can turn off the corridor and edit them as you want...This is so important if you want to do something that is too hard with Subassemblies...Let me know if this is what you meant..
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Buzz123
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Re: Viewing Corridors

02-06-2005 01:31 PM in reply to: Buzz123
What I was hoping for was the ability to control visibility of corridor elements solely through the layers. After all this is Civil3D and it seems a bit odd to extract data from intelligent objects to dumb lines. I'd rather use the object itself.

I'm just not sure how to get these cross-section lines on the right layer.

Thanks
Michael
Michael
Civil3D 2012
HP Elitebook 8560w
Core i7-2820QM (2.3-3.4GHz)
nVidia Quadro 2000M 2GB
www.foxsurvey.co.nz
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