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  1. I've got an assembly of a crown road and daylight sloping running along a corridor. At one point there is a retaining wall along the shoulder which I want to daylight to (the rest of the road daylights to the original ground). I've inserted a "LinkOffsetandSlope" subassembly that will do what I want in the area of the wall (represented by a feature line). But for areas of the road where there is no wall, it still shows a link running to the default offset. Is there any way I can make this work without making another assembly and separate region? Thanks...
  2. There are three issues with this section that I cannot resolve and need help with: 1) the median does not have superelevation, 2) the southbound (left) lane outer shoulder elevation is incorrectly at the roadway datum (L10), and 3) the northbound (right) lane elevation is incorrectly at the roadway datum (L10) This subassembly document for the shoulder provides that "Link L10 is determined by the Subbase 3 Inner Depth and Super Elevation/Grade on Link L1, if a User... And, this subassembly document for the median provides that "Indicates whether the subassembly supports the axis of rotation calculation. To view a description ... The text dialog hover states that axis of rotation is supported only if superelevation parameter (Potential Pivot Parameter?) for both lanes is set to NO; this is the setting.
  3. MKearney028

    Daylight Subassembly Linetype

    When creating an assembly with daylight lines, I use the DaylightGeneral subassembly and add a material thickness to show the depth of the material. One thing I cannot figure out is how to change the linetype of the bottom of the material. The link code for the bottom line is "Datum", so if I change that in my code set style, then it will change all of the datum links to the different linetype. Does anyone know if there is a way to change this without creating a custom subassembly? Thanks.
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