AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

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saving or importing feature style

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07-10-2012 06:08 AM



Hi everyone,

I have a question about feature sytling.

I am other gis software user. But ı want to use Autocad map 3d now. But

still, ı cant save feature style to library,

How can ı do this.

 

Please help,

 

I cant find anywhere including help files in autocad map 3d,

Finally ı want to create my own feature style, and save this styles to my library to use other computer.

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tjmapper
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Re: saving or importing feature style

07-10-2012 10:28 AM in reply to: 8643132

If you right-click the feature layer and select save as layer you can save the connection, Style, joins, and calculations of that layer. If it is a SHP, SDF, etc. your file will have to be on a network so it points to the same place on everyones computer. If it is Database driven it will point to the database without issue.

 

Then when adding it to your map, go to data -> Load layer. Then choose the layer you saved.

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Re: saving or importing feature style

07-10-2012 11:39 PM in reply to: 8643132

Thanks,

But ı need to save my style to library, like block editor.

For example, stream and highway styles...

 

When any gis user,creating a stream layer, he needs to standart style. but when he create a  stream layer, map 3d will create a default line styles.

 

For that reason, gis user have to import real style.

 

Please look the attachment,

It may be express my problem.

 

Thank you again

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