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    Default Dual pipe style

    I need to show a pipe style as a crossing in one profile but then show it as a profile in its own profile.

    Its an existing 8" sewer main underneath a box culvert as shown in image.

    I will need to make a plan and profile of this sewer line now to show the proposed drops in the manholes.

    What have you done in this scenario for a pipe style to function correctly in both profiles 1) its a crossing & 2) its the profile
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    Default Re: Dual pipe style

    Use style overrides in the profile view properties. This will override the style in the profile view that it is set, but will continue to look as intended in plan view.
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