Tips Tagged: Annotation
By: Bryan Sullivan Our corridor is designed and we’re ready to cut cross sections. We have a Code Set Style assigned to generate the labels we wish to display, but we have a problem. The labels in the left ditch appear as desired, but the labels in the right ditch are overlapping and hard to […]
Written by: Bob Mecham For a long time it was not possible to edit the leader arrow when using the View Vertical Annotation dialog. The arrow had been hard coded into the program. Not exactly sure when but now there are additional settings to define a custom arrow. From the InRoads pull down menu Geometry > […]
Written by Ronald Brys. Overview on how to annotate cross sections generated using Corridor Modeler in GEOPAK SELECTseries 2. See all of our InRoads tips on this YouTube playlist. Last Month’s Tips: MicroStation: Apply InRoads: Survey- AutoCAD […]
Now you can annotate MicroStation graphics using an InRoads Feature Style. This will allow you to label lines and arcs just as you would without having to import the data into a Geometry Project. From the InRoads pull down menu File > View Geometry > Annotate Graphics. The Annotate Graphics dialog will appear. Select a […]
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Tired of having to re-annotate stationing and geometry labels every time you make an edit to a horizontal or vertical alignment? Thanks to the InRoads V8i (SELECTseries 1) release associated annotation is now available. Geometry Options Select Geometry Options from the InRoads Geometry task bar. Or from the classic InRoads pull-down menu select Geometry > View […]
MicroStation V8i has the added functionality to apply Annotation scale to reference file attachments. When you change the Annotation scale of the current model all references with annotation scale applied will update. Prior to using Annotation Scale with References the design file that will be referenced must already utilize Annotation Scale for at least one […]