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    Default Create a warning if grading is too steep

    So, we had it brought up that it would be helpful if we had a label or an area in a surface/corridor if thengrading exceeded a certain percentage.

    I think it's a great idea, but not sure which direction to go. Would an expression for a label with an "IF" statement would work, or if anyone else has done this, some ideas would be much appreciated!

    Thanks in advance!!

    - JDE

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    Default Re: Create a warning if grading is too steep

    In the surface properties you could set a slope surface analysis with one range for slopes greater than a set slope and it will hatch those surface triangles that fit within that range. Just edit the initial range that it creates from the surface to set a minimum slope to start the range.

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