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    Default Editing Alignment Geometry

    After editing the geometry of an alignment (deleting segments and then adding them back) now the alignment end station is well short of the actual alignment length.

    How can I get the alignment stationing to recognize the full length?

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    Default Re: Editing Alignment Geometry

    Are all segments connected? You may have a gap at the labeled end station.
    If you have a technical question, please find the appropriate forum and ask it there.
    You will get a quicker response from your fellow AUGI members than if you sent it to me via a PM or email.
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    Default Re: Editing Alignment Geometry

    Quote Originally Posted by Opie View Post
    Are all segments connected? You may have a gap at the labeled end station.
    I wonder that now. I did get it done by undoing and then editing again and I got it right the second time.

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