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surface boundary becomes part of the surface and can then be turned off

surface boundary becomes part of the surface and can then be turned off

Whe I am creating surfaces I often use boudarys to eliminate triangles.  This object is now something I have to leave in the drawing.  Instead it should become the defining boundary of the surface and then I can turn it off in the styles.  I realize this may be more difficult to maintain the editing feature of the boundary.  Perhaps it could be a toggle box to put the polyline back in the drawing to be edited.

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In the surface you can set the surface to save deleted objects to the object's definition. The boundary can then be removed from drawing and controlled like you want. If you want the boundary back then right click on the boundary and insert it back into the drawing from Prospector.

 

This should be easy for Autodesk to implement since all they need to do is turn on saving deleted objects to the surface, delete the boundary, then turn back off the save deleted objects. A third party app could also get created and do the same thing. 

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