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Wednesday, March 31, 2010


When importing a dwg/dxf CDS will enter a 3d face with 3 points in as a triangle. Previously it only created the points making up the face.
Quality assurance - remove duplicate points was not modifying the triangles properly.
The compress point number was also screwing up the displayed triangles.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


(1) When drawing points as either a circle or double circle and not all points were drawn like this; then strings being drawn could be cut short if the point on the string was not drawn as circle/double circle.

(2)When interactively dragging a line an error message could appear if an arc was at the end of the string.

Monday, March 15, 2010


Last update introduced a bug in the datum value displayed when doing profile sections. Fixed.

Thursday, March 11, 2010


Road works standard templates - were not reading and writing correctly to the archive.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


(1) When doing a string add or string change. Color and line type both defaulted to the current layer. It still does. However to change only need to change color or linetype and bylayer is turned off. Before we needed to turn of ByLayer flag first.

(2) Background bitmap was going missing. New bug only couple of updates old.

Thursday, March 4, 2010


Section lift values would slowly change.


If two reference lines in section plot the heights of the second reference line were not being displayed.

For two reference lines in a section plot. If 2nd line had a lift the second datum rl value was not being displayed.

Problem creating section intersect points between two surfaces. Only occured if there were the same number of points in the top and bottom surface.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


Last point in the database - sorting by chainage - the offset was ignored. This meant this point could be out of order. Often showed up in section view when looking at the last section.

When viewing profiles - lift on 2nd line was not always working - fixed.