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  1. Dears, May anyone help me in modifying the lisp attached... the lisp attached deduce the invert level based on 01- Pipe Start Elevation 02- Pipe Slope 03- Flow direction and the final result is as shown on the image shown below What I need is to put the absolute elevation on the form "IL.0.0000MM" & add another two text captions the relative elevation"IL.-0.0000FFL" & Pipe type and size"(WP/SP/RWP0000MM" the inputs are 1- FFl Reference Level where "IL.-0.0000FFL" will be a result of [ absolute level - relative level ] 2-
  2. mikman

    Pipe Network Labeling

    So I am profiling some storm drain pipe and would like to label it with accurate labels. What I mean is that right now I use a profile label (blue in the image) to reflect the correct invert elevation at the edge of the manhole. I would like to use part labels so that as I modify the pipe the label will be dynamic. In the image the yellow labels are the part labels but I am having trouble getting the leader to attach to anywhere different than the centerline of the pipe. Where can I go to find out how to modify the style and/or pipe to allow dynamic labels? I am currently using Civil 3D 2
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