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    Default Hatching section views

    Hi all,
    Firstly please let me point out that I'm very new to using C3D, but not standard acad. So pretty much all C3D functions is a big learning curve.

    I've been asked to hatch the cut fill areas in the multiple section views created off a corridor. I have noted and worked out how to do this on the long section (profile view) of my alignment line.

    I''ve spent most of the morning trying to work it out including web searching. So I'm guessing it cant be done or I'm using the wrong terms.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Aaron

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    Default Re: Hatching section views

    haven't tried this, but try using the Isolate objects to isolate the FG and EG sections, and see if you can hatch the closed areas.
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    Default Re: Hatching section views

    Quote Originally Posted by aaron726388 View Post
    Hi all,
    Firstly please let me point out that I'm very new to using C3D, but not standard acad. So pretty much all C3D functions is a big learning curve.

    I've been asked to hatch the cut fill areas in the multiple section views created off a corridor. I have noted and worked out how to do this on the long section (profile view) of my alignment line.

    I''ve spent most of the morning trying to work it out including web searching. So I'm guessing it cant be done or I'm using the wrong terms.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Aaron
    Hi
    Like everything else in Civil3D it is control by a style. It might take some hunting but it's there.

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