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By Joseph Harouni
#100281
Hi,
Would like to be able to hide Mesh Ridges; now I assign transparency to the pen and it almost works but it leaves a gap at the intersection of lines and perimeter of the Mesh.
The reason for this is, I like many times just to show the point elevations of the Mesh with out all ridges crossing each other and making the site plan a Mess (mesh) :lol:
Thanks,
Joseph
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By Link
#100294
Crossing each other?! :shock: Aye Caramba - you're in trouble if they are crossing each other.

You can hide all the non-user defined ridges. Is that not enough for you?

Cheers,
Link.
By Joseph Harouni
#100363
Link wrote:Crossing each other?! :shock: Aye Caramba - you're in trouble if they are crossing each other.

You can hide all the non-user defined ridges. Is that not enough for you?

Cheers,
Link.


Crossing was a joke! But what about user defined? Thats where my thinking is.
Thanks,
Joseph
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By Scott R
#101243
I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're going for, are you talking about it and on/off for the mesh ridge lines in plan view? if so, why not just turn the mesh layer off. If you mean in elevation/section, then I think I am on board with you. Having separate controls for viewing the mesh in plan and elevation would be great. Is that what you are meaning, or am I off in crazy town ( population: me )
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By ~/archiben
#101245
are you talking about this:

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By Joseph Harouni
#101324
I am talking about separate controls for section/elevation and plan and also when we create a topo with user define ridges, to be able to turn them off with out effecting the boundary lines. All in the same layer.
Thanks,
Joseph
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By Stress Co.
#293372
Bad link, I think, Ling.