Land Desktop like Profile Curve Labels

March 17, 2014 By Leo Lavayen Leave a comment

A typical request from my Land Desktop users is making a style that will mimic what they were used to seeing. The option within the Profile Line Object style makes lines that connect to the curve all the way to the PVI, having NO way of creating a gap at the curve.

The necessary look is created in the Curve Label Style, using lines from the Curve Start/End to the PVI at a percent value.


Tagged with PVI, Infrastructure, Land Desktop, Civil 3D, Curve Labels, Autodesk

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