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    Rmark I did attached the PDF text for this problem too the pages start from 40 to 45
    God this will be a lot of help Remark, you don't believe it how much I appreciated. I put everything there for you to see it and walk me from there

    Thanks again .

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    are you there Remark ?

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    Yes, I am here but only briefly. I'm working today so my time will be limited.

    What is the nature of your question?

    Right now it is 6:41 a.m. on Saturday morning (Oct. 12th).
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    I just wondering if you walk me through as usual on the project I posted on this conversation because you are one of the nicest person I seen in this fourm, you hve been helping a lot of people and I was witnessed that, that is why I posted my all info for you to look @it.

    THANKS REMARK
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    What is it exactly that you don't understand and need help with?

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    I'm far from the nicest person here at CADTutor and any number of forum members will attest to that.

    I'll try to look at your drawing in the next hour or so (5:58 a.m., Tuesday October 15th). In the meantime do you have any specific questions?
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    I took a quick look at your drawing and I have some questions and concerns.

    You have some contours (color: white, layer: new contour line) that extend into SW Ash Creek Drive and just stop. Contours don't abruptly end like this. They should terminate at an existing contour of the same elevation.

    Many of the contour lines that appear on the new contour line layer are comprised of a straight line segment and a portion of a circle. Where these two entities meet up there are many instances in which the arc is not tangent to the line. This is unacceptable. I would suggest using the Circle command and TTR (tan-tan-radius) option to transition from an existing contour into a new contour.

    Speaking of contours....as a rule, they generally do not come to sharp points as a number of your's do.

    Contours do not cross each other. For example, you have a 90 contour (color: yellow) crossing a 92 contour (color: red).

    Contours do not run through structures like houses.

    Generally speaking it is not a good practice to overwrite your geometry with text. To block the geometry use a Text Mask.

    What's the deal with the new building contours (color: blue)? I did not have time to read through the PDF.

    The size of your text is a bit large. Is that what is called for in the instructions? It is so large that when you show the driveway to be 12 feet wide you have no room to include arrowheads.

    Your property line appears be of the Continuous linetype. Isn't it supposed to be a long line, two short dashes, followed by a long line (similar to a Phantom linetype)?

    I'll end my comments here for the moment.
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    Ok I will fix those areas I know exactly what you said , I just put the contour lines to see if i locate them in the right spot , i didn't do any trimmig or adjustment on thos one .and see the other areas when you get chance too.

    Thanks Remark as always.

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    Everyone was criticized about my question on this project ,by saying that I wasnt clear on the area where I didn't get it . well I put all my drawing and the booklet up there for you guys to look at it and see the instraction with that too, that way you able to correct the drawing and post it back, that way I can learn and see where and what I meased. Already I did all the main work I just got confused on the centerline profiling and the contours areas. I don't see somebody do that to help. So please go a head and do that whoever has the idea of this project or want to help and make this project a sucesse.

    Thanks Much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solo8591 View Post
    Everyone was criticized about my question on this project ,by saying that I wasnt clear on the area where I didn't get it . well I put all my drawing and the booklet up there for you guys to look at it and see the instraction with that too, that way you able to correct the drawing and post it back, that way I can learn and see where and what I meased. Already I did all the main work I just got confused on the centerline profiling and the contours areas. I don't see somebody do that to help. So please go a head and do that whoever has the idea of this project or want to help and make this project a sucesse.

    Thanks Much.
    Sorry, although no one is going to correct the drawing for you. If you don't think something is correct, then ask whether it is and how YOU can fix it. Don't just ask for someone to fix it straight up.

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