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    We have a line type that is basicly a Revcloud just little arcs, delete yep find pline - line with linetype.

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    *TREE,UUUUUUUUUUUU
    A,.001,[TREE,Custom.shx,s=1,y=-1],-4
     
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    10,2,-044,0
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    That sound useful. I'm guess from the name that it was created for tree canopies and vegetation - which would probably be even more useful than as a rev-cloud!!


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    We have a line type that is basicly a Revcloud just little arcs, delete yep find pline - line with linetype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danellis View Post
    *If* one cared enough, this could probably be set up as a dynamic block - have a vertical and horizontal linear doodad, each of which is tied to a pair of arrays of an arch...




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    Yup. that's the next logical step, but I didn't take it that far when I saw how much arraypath simply hates sharp corners. I have enough trouble using a single row plain flat array in a dynamic block. my CADNERD level = amature.
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