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2005-03-23, 05:09 PM
I am trying to create a plan and profile sheet style using sheet manager and then generating plan and profile sheet series using LDD 2005. I have believe that I have my view port categories correct, my plan and profiles are entering the correct views at proper scales. The problem that I am having, my labels are not coming in. I believe that I have these set up correctly also, I am not sure. What I am intending to do is have plan view on top at a 50 scale, profile below at 50 scale, elevation labels on the sides, then existing and proposed elevations below profile, then station labels below elevation labels. Can anyone help explain what might be happening, or perhaps the procedure on how to accomplish this correctly? Any help/ advice will be appreciated.
2005-03-23, 10:01 PM
Please note I've *moved* this thread from the ACAD 2005 Sheet Sets (http://forums.augi.com/forumdisplay.php?f=52) Forum to this one as I believe you are referring to LDT functionality; if I have got this wrong please say so; I will then happily correct my actions.
2005-03-24, 06:58 PM
Check your layers, while in MS and in layout mode, to see if the label layers aren't frozen in the view. I usually set my profile settings.. layer prefix's differently for each alignment.
Hope this helps..See Ya
2005-03-25, 01:59 PM
Labels created by sheet manager have to be associated to frames. Have you created frames in your stylesheet for your labels?
2005-03-25, 07:42 PM
I think that I got everything to work right. the only thing that is kind of irritating is when I have the profile to start at 0+00 but the plan is showing a area beyond 0+00, it adds to the profile and puts in a negative number in the profile view. What can I do to prevent this?
2005-03-28, 04:40 PM
I try never to use 0+00 as a start to any alignment, just for that reason. Start the alignment at 1+00 or some other even number. It almost never fails that you'll go into negative numbers if you start at zero. Give yourself some space. Also as a suggestion, If you don't want to re-station your alignment, you could run a new alignment in the opp. direction also.
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