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Gregg Bell

This lsp routine works great, does anyone know how to remove the spaces in the bearing? Example: N 88°53'14" W to N88°53'14"W.

 

Thanks,

Gregg

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You'd need a simple sup to remove the spaces before the string is place into a piece of text. However, I'm confused; if you have Civil 3D, why not just use C3D bearing labels?

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Gregg Bell

I'm probably not using C3D to its fullest potential, however from what I've seen if I wanted to label the overall R.O.W. line with a bearing and distance, than label each lot line coming off that R.O.W line with just a distance (bearing will already by supplied by the R.O.W. label...reduces redundant labels) I would have to have a separate line for each lot and another line for the R.O.W., creates a lot of redundant line work and doesn't look nice and clean.

 

C3D appears to be more of an engineering tool than a surveying tool, but if there is a better way I would be willing to listen.

 

Thanks

Gregg

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This lsp routine works great, does anyone know how to remove the spaces in the bearing? Example: N 88°53'14" W to N88°53'14"W.

 

Thanks,

Gregg

 

I had a look at the lisp files and they are Protected Lisp Files, which basically means the source is scrambled to prevent editing or obtaining the code. So unless you get the original, unprotected lips files, you cannot edit this.

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