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point label style: Length= Elevation range of the section view

point label style: Length= Elevation range of the section view

I think this option would be very interesting.

Currently, to show alignments in the section view we have to project them.

 

Example:

Sample Lines Group are from Alignment A.

Alignment A is the BaseLine of corridor A. (a single BL)

 

Alignment B is the BaseLine of corridor B.

 

Section Views Set shows the corridor sections of corridor A and B.

If we want to show the alignment B in the Section Views, we must project that alignment to all the section views.... BUT, if we put a mark point (with a specific code point) to the assemblies which are used from corridor B, then we could show a label or mark on the corridor section (corridor B) in the Section Views.

 

If we show a point label (such a vertical Line), there is not option to put: Length= "Elevation range of the Section View", Length must be a fixed value.

I want to see an entire vertical line from the bottom to the top of the section view.

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