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    Default Apply Edit History (NOT APPLYING)

    Using LDT 2007

    I went into terrain model surface and created a new surface. Then I added all the points needed for my surface. I built the surface with apply edit history checked. Imported the 3D lines and created my contours. I fliped the tins around as I needed to and saved my surface then closed out. The next time I opened the drawing and made the surface current I found that the surface seemed to be dead meaning I couldn't flip the tin lines around.

    I find that its very frustrating not being able to use a surface without redoing the entire surface 2 or 3 times. If its adding a point with a point group or adding points one by one it doesn't take my applied edit history into account. All the settling and paths seem to be correct.

    If anyone has had this problem before and has a solution your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Default Re: Apply Edit History (NOT APPLYING)

    This will be no help but we have never trusted the edit history. The only surface edits allowed at my company are delete lines to trim the boundary of the surface. And even then we would import the surface boundary as a 2D poly and define it as the boundary when we were done trimming so we would not have to trim it again. If we needed to flip a TIN line we would draw a 3D poly through the points and add that to the surface definition. Every surface (major ones at least) would have it's own drawing that contained only the data used to build the surface.

    I look forward to the day when the whole company is using Civil 3D for surfaces. It is much easier to create, edit and manage surfaces in Civil 3D.
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    Default Re: Apply Edit History (NOT APPLYING)

    This problem is documented in the Knowledge Base.
    http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet...linkID=9240777

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    Default Re: Apply Edit History (NOT APPLYING)

    Wow that is ridiculous. I guess we never noticed because luckily we never relied on the Edit History anyway.
    Jeff Paulsen

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    Default Re: Apply Edit History (NOT APPLYING)

    I agree, rediculous. I don't think the Autodesk solution qualifies as a solution, but more as a workaround. Would be nice if it actually applied the edit history as the checkbox implies.

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    Default Re: Apply Edit History (NOT APPLYING)

    I always right click on the surface Im working on and save, after I delete lines and make sure the surface is correct.

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