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Civi3d 2015 Profile View Split not working

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Anonymous
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Civi3d 2015 Profile View Split not working

I am trying to split my profile views in AutoCad Civil 3d 2015, When I do it, the split shows up in the profile view properties but does not display any change.... If I close out of AutoCad and get back in, it looks good... Any ideas???

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tgicam
in reply to: Anonymous

We are having the same problem with split profile views in C3D 2014 SP1.  Also the split view doesn't move when you drag the grip or use the move command.  Changing the alignment or synchronizing the alignment will apply the updates.

 

Craig

C3D 2014 SP1

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rkmcswain
in reply to: Anonymous

Someone please create a support ticket with Autodesk if you have not already. Thanks.

R.K. McSwain     | CADpanacea | on twitter
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Anonymous
in reply to: rkmcswain

I dont know how
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mathewkol
in reply to: Anonymous

Done, RK,
Matt Kolberg
SolidCAD Professional Services
http://www.solidcad.ca /
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jmayo-EE
in reply to: mathewkol

Matt and Randy, Can you two reproduce this?

John Mayo

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mathewkol
in reply to: jmayo-EE

It's weird John.  It happens sometimes.  It's like the first time I launch the software and run the split tool it doesn't work.  After htat it seems to.

Matt Kolberg
SolidCAD Professional Services
http://www.solidcad.ca /
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rkmcswain
in reply to: jmayo-EE

Ran one test on 2015.

Created the profile view, split it and it shows split in the profile view properties, but not on the screen.

Save, close, reopen, and then the profile is visibly split corrected on the screen.

R.K. McSwain     | CADpanacea | on twitter
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Anonymous
in reply to: rkmcswain

This is exactly what mine is doing! Help!
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Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

I found a work around for now... Create the split in the profile view, click ok to exit the profile view properties, then get back into the profile view proerties and change the style of the split part of the profile view..click ok, then change it back to what its supposed to be, and the split shows up..  This is better than closing the drawing and getting back into it.

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jmayo-EE
in reply to: rkmcswain

Thanks for the confirmation guys.

John Mayo

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Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

I too have this same glitch in C3D 2015. Luckily, in true Atuodesk fashion, we will only have to wait 3 more years for it to get fixed.

 

Save and re-open is the only workaround I have found.

 

 

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C3D_TomR
in reply to: tgicam


@Anonymous wrote:

I am trying to split my profile views in AutoCad Civil 3d 2015, When I do it, the split shows up in the profile view properties but does not display any change.... If I close out of AutoCad and get back in, it looks good... Any ideas???



@tgicam wrote:

We are having the same problem with split profile views in C3D 2014 SP1.  Also the split view doesn't move when you drag the grip or use the move command. 


Both of these issues still exist. The move command doesn't work on the split profile either. I'll submit a ticket to Autodesk on these issues in Civil 3D 2016 too.

 

Split Profile View Issues and Workarounds

http://autode.sk/1CNno52

 

--Tom

Tom Richardson


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