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    Default raise/lower a grading group

    what actually happens when you raise or lower a grading group. is it only raising or lowering by the amount you specify.

    i guess what i'm trying to figure out is what it actually changes, i.e. if you start with a feature line and grade to the bottom of a pond and create an infill, you can compute volume, correct?
    then if you raise or lower the group, what happens, does the infill go with it?

    i'm just a little confused.

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    Default Re: raise/lower a grading group

    In this instance I would raise/lower the feature line. The grading based on that feature line will update based on their grading properties. (ie: if they graded at a given slope to a pond bottom at a given elevation they will update to again grade at that slope to that elevation) Subsequent gradings and infills will update from there.

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