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Guidance to 3D Lines
Horizontal guidance to a 3D line is given by default when the 3D line is first selected for a vertical guidance. In the cross-section view guidance screen, the selected alignment is drawn with a vertical red line. If a horizontal offset is applied, the selected alignment is drawn with a double-width black tick mark, and the working alignment is drawn with a vertical red line.Illustration 6 shows a cross-section view guidance screen when a 3D line is selected for horizontal guidance and a horizontal offset has been applied.
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Cross-section view of a 3D Lines design with a 3D line alignment selected and a horizontal offset applied (1) Working Alignment (2) Selected Alignment (3) Horizontal Offset (4) Design surfaceIn the plan view guidance screen, the selected alignment is drawn with a double-width red line. If a horizontal offset is applied, the selected alignment is drawn with a double-width red line, and the working alignment is drawn with a double-width blue line.Illustration 7 shows a plan view guidance screen when a 3D line is selected for horizontal guidance.
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Plan view of a road design with a 3D line alignment selected and a horizontal offset applied (1) Working Alignment (2) Selected Alignment (3) Horizontal Offset (4) Horizontal Offset Setting (Half Bucket Width)Sloping Surface Master Alignment
The master alignment of a sloping surface can be selected as a horizontal guidance line. The master alignment is alignment number "0".In the cross-section view guidance screen, the selected alignment is drawn with a vertical red line. If a horizontal offset is applied, the selected alignment is drawn with a double-width black tick mark, and the working alignment is drawn with a vertical red line.Illustration 8 shows a cross-section view guidance screen when the master alignment is selected for horizontal guidance.
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Cross-section view of a sloping surface with the master alignment selected for horizontal guidance (1) Selected AlignmentIn the plan view guidance screen, the selected alignment is drawn with a double-width red line. If a horizontal offset is applied, the selected alignment is drawn with a double-width black line, and the working alignment is drawn with a double-width red line.Illustration 9 shows a plan view guidance screen when the master alignment is selected for horizontal guidance and a horizontal offset is applied.
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Plan view of a road design with a horizontal offset applied (1) Selected AlignmentFor sloping surfaces that are defined by the 2 Points method, the direction of the master alignment is from the first point toward the second master alignment point. For sloping surfaces that are defined by the Point-and-Direction method, the direction of the master alignment is the direction specified.Plan Lines
You can select the following design features for horizontal guidance:
Design boundaries
Site map linework
Background plan lineworkMost designs have an associated boundary that can be graphically selected for horizontal guidance. A boundary indicates the extents of the vertical design data. Any line that appears in the site map or background plan can also be selected for horizontal guidance.Note: You cannot select design text


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