I have an oddly shapped "cut" area with various elevations that I want to create as a surface so that I can compare the volume with existing survey data. I've been able to get the basic "cut" template in 2 seperate surfaces, but now I want to combine them into 1 surface. When I paste one surface into another, the surfaces go haywire. I have attached a plan and cross section view of what the 2 surfaces (cuts) look like in relation to each other. how I could combine them into one surface and "trim" off the inside grading that overlaps..?
I am creating my Final Grading surface with from 2 surfaces - a proposed road surface and a proposed grading surface. (Note of roads within the road surface)
The issue is that when I paste the proposed road surface (that consists of several looped sections) over the proposed grading surface, the proposed grading surface within the looped road areas dissappears.
I have tried several options using boundaries for the inner looped areas on my road surface, and has altered my order of opterations for my final surface edits, and many other things also.
Photoshop CS6 as of today.I have a number of .grd files which containg "sets" of gradients (no idea how they create thoose "multiple swatch .grd files"). Is there a way I can create one master "favorites.grd" set of gradients where I can pick swatches from the scores of sets I already have?
Also, how do people create the .grd sets that have lots of gradient patches in them to choose from?
I am putting together 3 mpg files from the hard disk of a camcorder that records in mpg format. Separately, all 3 files combine to approx. 1 GB. When I combine these files using VideoStudio PRO X3, my file size jumps to 2-2.5 GB. All I'm doing is combining and that's it. No effects, no titles, nothing. How come the size explodes so much and how can I combine the 3 files and still have the original combined size of approx. 1 GB?
we are using adobe animate to make medical related flash type cards, we have completed our work BUT
problem is this when job is done edge animate created multiple files to including Scripts, images and HTML files, which becomes very difficult to upload on a server when we need to uplaod thousands of edge files on our site.
is their any way that all the files are compiled into one file? so it will become really easy to uplaod thousands of flash card. secondly, is their any way to encrypt all stuff?
I have a master shape file that contains parcel ID, owner, tax info., etc. I have another file ( access 2003 -open to better file format suggestions-) which contains parcel ID and a "yes" or " no" entry for whether or not the parcel needs a new water meter. All I want to do is add the water meter information into the other shape file. This would create one shape file with one table with all the information that I need.
Ultimately I will use the information to do a map query and find out spatially where i need new water meters.
Right now i have the master shape file connected though the “Connect to Data” feature. I also have the new data added to the drawing though the Data sources------>attach under the “Map Explorer” Task pane. I attached access file (ver. 2003 .mdb) which has two columns “Parcel ID” and “Meter”.
I right click on the shape file under the display manager and select”Create a Join;” however my water meter table is not listed as an option. Will this not work?
Plan B - I tried to Create and connect to the access file as an ODBC connection. Followed this guy’s directions to a T [URL]. But when i populate my table under the fdo connection the column headings exist ( “parcel ID” and “Meter”) but the actual data is missing. Am I missing something important?
Note: I am running c3d 2012 on a Win 7 64 Bit machine. I also removed office 32 bit apps and installed 64 bit apps to see if that would solve the problem. No go.
Deleting temp files, if I can just do a blanket Erase, or will this potentially damage autocad drawings. My temp file is on my local drive, but all of our drawings are stored on a network drive. It seems to me I remember these things storing up over time with crashes, etc. But as they build up performance seems to dwindle.
These files range from .tmp files to Texture folders, .cvr files, and nonsense names like A$C5DCD5F31.Can I just window and Delete All?
What is the most expedian way to save layer to use in another drawing file? I have a dozen jp2 files set up by data connect for my preliminary investigations, and now I have broken down some design sheets. I would like to be able to reference the aerial images and would like to avoid individually loading again nad again. is exporting to drawing the simplest way? Saving layers seems to be on a image by image basis - can they be grouped to 1 layer?
I have made one part out of 4 different sections. And now I'm trying to combine it into one solid. My thought process was: if I make a derived part out of them it'll automatically make it a solid part. But I'm still having separate surfaces where two should have been united.
What instances is it necessary to combine 3d sketches with 2d sketches, I have used this combination a few times where I have to build rectangular frames then apply frame generator to the sketches to construct the frame members. I was told when I originally had training on Inventor 2013 that 3d sketches should be avoided where possible.
Often i hatch two areas separately. is there any way to combine 2 adjacent hatches? for e.g. there are two adjacent rectangles which are hatched with same pattern having the same scale. if i make the shape into a one single rectangle by trimming the middle line, i want to combine the two hatch into a one single hatch.
I am trying to modify a hoop instead of having a half circle, i half to cut the hoop short and add a flange, instead of starting over, is there a command I can use that I can create a flange and join the hoop and flange at the intersect..... the hoop was made using the fold feature...
Combining multiple drawings in one go, I have 100 drawings (each has its layout) stored in 100 dwg files. I’m wondering if there is a way to combine them in one dwg file in one go assuming that they don’t overlap.
I need then to edit the title block of all of these layout knowing that this title block is an Xref.
I'm fairly new to the AutoCAD API for .NET, and for the last month or so I've been googling about, looking for comprehensive documentation on the Autodesk API (their equivalent of man pages). I've yet to find anything that describes each method and class in the API.
My goal is this: I'm trying to figure out how to copy the contents of all drawings in the same directory into a single dwg file. What subsets of the AutoCAD API should I use to do so?
I was wondering how to combine common subassemblies so you don't have to seperately count them.
I realize the long way around this is avoiding subassemblies in general and linking a circuit drawing with a predefined additional MAN, CAT in the drawing of the subassemblie(s). This also allows me to annotate the subassembly Footprints. I havent seen an easy way of auto inserting subassemblies and linking common subitems to make a unique item number. The above is all I get when linking subassemblies through the databases (which also doesn't allow you to annotate/ insert the subassembly footprints). I must be missing a way to auto insert the subassembly Footprints . . . creating unique drawings with the subassembly Footprints is time consuming.
I was told there is a way to combine the lengths of the same spec pipe you use in an assembly, all pipes I use is from the content centre and I just can't seem to find how to make it one pipe with the length of all the pipes added together in the parts list.
I'm working on a program that requires me to analyze a series of 3D coordinates (which describe the start and end points of individual lines) and combine those points that are collinear (there are lots of smaller line segments, some of which are co-linear and overlapping in space) into one single line.
how to analyze these points to find out which ones can be combined. For example, I might have 6 lines, 3 are separate and have their own specific orientation, but 3 are overlapping and in the same direction (look as a single line on the screen). I'd like to modify my point list so that it describes 4 lines... (the 3 individual ones and one which combines the 3 overlapping lines).
I have a shape, it has no fill, so it's just an outline, let's say it's an outline of a leg.
Now what I want to do is draw another outline inside that leg outline, but I don't want 2 end up with 2 separate shapes (2 layers), I want to draw the 2nd outline directly into the first one, so it's all one big vector shape.
For some reason this seems impossible to do in Photoshop CS6. If I select combine shapes, from the menu, free form pen tool and then draw the 2nd outline into the 1st outline, when I stop drawing I don't end up with one outline combined (on top of) the first, instead it just seems to do some weird clipping and I end up with the first outline shrinking, and the outline I just drew appearing not as an outline but as a path.
This is something that works perfectly in Flash pro, you draw a shape, you draw another one on top and you then have both perfectly combined, no fuss no bother. You can even vary the stroke strength at any point along the line in Flash, I'm not sure this is even possible in Photoshop.
what's going wrong in photoshop or how to do that in photoshop?