Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Ezigrade now has the ability to match edges of "variable grade" sections. You need to make sure that
- All common edges are defined as hinge lines. (Left click on the section edge and then under File menu you will see the option to toggle on the hinge option)
- Use the option to add in extra points along section lines. Ezigrade needs points along the line that are in both sections to match edges.
- At present all sections need to be variable grade that are joined together. (or all planar) This will be relaxed in a future release
Please remember that the drain(/bank) routines also allow you to achieve similar outcomes.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Have added in a new waterflow option. Click on the waterflow icon or the "View" -> "Calculate Drainage Lines". It asks for the number of seed points. These are random start points of how the water will flow along the surface. The flow is a low speed simulation under low waterflow conditions.
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Ezigrade now has a bump map option. A bump map is where a cartographer shades one side of a ridge in a dark hue while shading the other side in a lighter hue. This gives the illusion of 3D and helps to visualize the surface. In the surface colors dialog you will see the extra "bump map" checkbox and a scaling value. Simply tick the box.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Have added in an icon that displays arrows that shows water flow direction.
Ezigrade will now use constraint points while doing a hinged plane design; which can give you greater control of the finished surface.
When picking up points using GPS we can click on an icon to enter a single point, plus an icon to enter in a code on a GPS point.