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    Default Deleting a point in a tin surface

    I have a surface i created with grading objects and break lines. I have one place where the TIN meets up that is out of place, really if i could just remove that point my problem would be solved, does anyone know how?
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    Default Re: Deleting a point in a tin surface

    Working from TOOLSPACE, expand the tree under the name of the surface you want to edit. Click on the "definition" and you should get a context menu of edit options. Choose "delete point" and select points to delete on your screen.

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    Default Re: Deleting a point in a tin surface

    Quote Originally Posted by reed.stephens
    Working from TOOLSPACE, expand the tree under the name of the surface you want to edit. Click on the "definition" and you should get a context menu of edit options. Choose "delete point" and select points to delete on your screen.

    oooo, ok, i tried that again, and the first time it told me that the points had to be visible..

    so i tried agina per your instrutions and realized that i had to change the points in the surface style

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