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Avoid Building Corridor Sections In Areas with no Profile Information

Avoid Building Corridor Sections In Areas with no Profile Information

Be nice if there was a basic tick box or something, maybe in the frequencies box.

 

"No frequency if profile doesn’t exist"

 

This would avoid corridor "waterfalls" like below.

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troma
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This is just at the start and end of the corridor, correct?

 

If so, it's a duplicate of this idea:

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-civil-3d-ideastation/fix-the-bug-that-affects-the-ends-of-the-...

 

Though I don't blame you for not finding it. The title is not exactly clear.

 

Here's a couple of thoughts from over there:

I think when you create a corridor it should automatically pull the start and end stations from the profile. The user can then override if they want.

If overridden, there should be an option to set it back onto the profile end point. This could be a checkbox similar to alignment masks where you check it off to say "snap to end station of profile" or clear the box to enter the station you desire.

Have you ever had the problem where the corridor goes on past the end of your alignment?

No, of course not. So why should it go past the end of my profile?

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