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Friday, September 27, 2013

Ezigrade 2.0.20

Made it easier to find a "Agguide" .path file

Thursday, September 26, 2013


Las files were not being displayed properly if they contained more than 15 traces.

When creating a DWG the LAS trace is not put out as a single polyline. Much easier to select and change color, line weight, layer etc.

Thursday, September 19, 2013


A number of improvements:

(1) For skew sections you can now select points on the screen with a road number,chainage and offset. Click on the "selected points" button to setup the table automatically.

(2) On Point Parameters Screen DOP for Height was appearing as DOl.

(3) Multi-cross sections were not coming out in different colors when in Export DWG drawing.

(4) Section Plotting 
We were getting an extra vertical line one the right hand side of the label box. Now fixed.

(5) Selecting Strings with a warning. Now works.

Ezigrade 2.0.19

(1) Conversion from lat/lons to UTM coordinates was broken. Started using the wrong format for the lat and longs from a shape file.

(2) When creating a level-guide ascii file, the field was not showing up if you failed to give the fields a name. Default values are now created automatically.

Monday, September 16, 2013


When doing profile plot we have added in the ability to display eastings, northings as well as descriptions. This is additional to existing display of codes, areas, volumes etc

Friday, September 13, 2013

Ezigrade 2.0.18

When doing variable ascii input the point number for every point was not incremented if no point number field was imported.
Now displays appropriate bearing and grade of point when moving the mouse.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013


When running Autoroad functions with input units in feet and database units in meters; the input was being picked up in meters.

When doing a join from point to line or point to string and database units were meters and output in feet, then for these options the distance displayed was in meters.