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CAD Forums => Vertically Challenged => Land Lubber / Geographically Positioned => Topic started by: FriendFromArea51 on December 01, 2017, 05:03:06 pm

Title: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: FriendFromArea51 on December 01, 2017, 05:03:06 pm
Anyone know how to prevent this?

Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: mjfarrell on December 04, 2017, 08:38:56 am
uh....just a guess  don't label them?

Actually; I need a little more information to render a good answer....

is that TWO different profiles, in the same view or what?


Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: sljohnson on December 04, 2017, 11:02:06 am
Depends on how the style is defined. Try checking the "Start point anchor point" and "End point anchor point" settings. Ours are set to "Anchor Curve Start in View Dimension" instead of "Anchor Curve Start Dimension" and likewise for the end point.

EDIT: Check the Dimension component of the vertical curve label style.
Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: FriendFromArea51 on December 04, 2017, 07:45:12 pm
uh....just a guess  don't label them?

Actually; I need a little more information to render a good answer....

is that TWO different profiles, in the same view or what?

vertical curve that's in the middle of two profile views (same alignment)
Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: FriendFromArea51 on December 04, 2017, 07:47:55 pm
Depends on how the style is defined. Try checking the "Start point anchor point" and "End point anchor point" settings. Ours are set to "Anchor Curve Start in View Dimension" instead of "Anchor Curve Start Dimension" and likewise for the end point.

EDIT: Check the Dimension component of the vertical curve label style.

thank you, that was the key "anchor curve dimension start in view"...key part was the "in view"
Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: MSTG007 on December 05, 2017, 07:39:09 am
So in the default Civil3D template we can update that piece and it should now look normal on small crests and sags?
Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: mjfarrell on December 05, 2017, 08:39:22 am
So in the default Civil3D template we can update that piece and it should now look normal on small crests and sags?

yes
Title: Re: Vertical Curve Information Between profile Views
Post by: sljohnson on December 05, 2017, 12:53:03 pm
Also, you may want to create a child style of your typical vertical curve style that includes something like, "Length of Vertical Curve Shown," or some such verbiage, with the field of the that partial length.

Best,
Shannon