Right side slope tie in jumps to the left even after increasing the priority of the left side slope component.

Hello,

I am having this issue with my slope tie ins. I am using the FDOT end conditions. Cut & Fill to R/W on the right and Cut & Fill on the left. I first added the Cut & Fill to R/W end condition on the right and it is working as it is supposed to. As soon as I added the Cut & Fill end condition on the left the 1:4 slope tie in, projected to active surface (which comes after the 1:6 slope, until the clear zone) is jumping to the left as shown in the picture. I thought it could be resolved by giving the same priority for both tie in components on either side and it did not work. Then I tired increasing the priority of tie ins on the left side and it still did not work. I am not really sure what the exact problem is. Could anyone please help me with this.

Thank you for you time in advance.

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  • You need to make sure you are applying affixes when adding components and points to the left and right side of your template. For examples, I am guess each of those tie down points is just called "FILL" or something like that. You need to have a "LT_FILL" and a "RT_FILL" to ensure you points do not try to connect to each other. 

    Your point names and features, as well as component names and features are all very important and you need to remain consistent when building your templates

    Thanks 

    Zachary Billings, P.E.

    Senior Roadway Engineer (Licensed in FL and MI)

    CONSOR Engineers, LLC

    System Info:

    Windows 10 | Intel Core i7-9700k | Nvidia RTX 3080 FTW3 Ultra | 32 GB of RAM | 500 GB Samsung 960 EVO NVME

    Power GEOPAK V8i Select Series 10 Version 08.11.09.918 | FDOT SS10 Version 01.04.01

    ORD Version 10.09.00.91 | FDOT Connect Version 10.09.00.00

    YouTube Page for ORD: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3S-94f7_yUJ-GMhMYPhInA

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  • You need to make sure you are applying affixes when adding components and points to the left and right side of your template. For examples, I am guess each of those tie down points is just called "FILL" or something like that. You need to have a "LT_FILL" and a "RT_FILL" to ensure you points do not try to connect to each other. 

    Your point names and features, as well as component names and features are all very important and you need to remain consistent when building your templates

    Thanks 

    Zachary Billings, P.E.

    Senior Roadway Engineer (Licensed in FL and MI)

    CONSOR Engineers, LLC

    System Info:

    Windows 10 | Intel Core i7-9700k | Nvidia RTX 3080 FTW3 Ultra | 32 GB of RAM | 500 GB Samsung 960 EVO NVME

    Power GEOPAK V8i Select Series 10 Version 08.11.09.918 | FDOT SS10 Version 01.04.01

    ORD Version 10.09.00.91 | FDOT Connect Version 10.09.00.00

    YouTube Page for ORD: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3S-94f7_yUJ-GMhMYPhInA

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