This application moves elements from an original level to a destination level of your choice.
RESOURCE - This is the name of the currently active string list resource file.
ELEMENT TYPE - Within this list box, highlight the element types in which you wish to include in the element movement. To save the list to a LEVELS member, simply depress the SAVE button. When that occurs, only element types which where saved to that LEVELS member will be remapped to a different level.
SAVE - This button will save the currently highlighted ELEMENT TYPE list box members to the ucrrently highlighted LEVELS list box member.
SELECT ALL - This button will highlight all the ELEMENT TYPE members.
LEVELS - This list box contains the ORIGINAL LEVEL and the DEST LEVEL for the element types highlighted in the ELEMENT TYPE list box.
ORIGINAL - This label simply contains the currently selected LEVELS listbox item from the ORIGINAL LEVEL column.
DESTINATION - This text item contains the currenlty selected LEVELS list box item from the DEST LEVEL column.
USE CURRENT SYMBOLOGY - This toggle button, when set, will rewrite the remapped elements in the current symbology.
OK - This button activates the element level remapping.
CANCEL - Closes the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT BOX dialog box.
First select the string list resource file of your choice. At startup a dialog box is opened asking you to select a string list resource file.
Once a resource file is loaded, start selecting the element types, from ELEMENT TYPE list box, to the levels, in the LEVELS list box, to be remapped. Be sure to depress SAVE for each new element list for each new level. And once all the element types and levels are set, use the FILE->SAVE pulldown menu item to save the selections to the current string list resource file. If you wish to create a new string list resource file use the FILE->SAVE AS pulldown menu item.
Once the string list is updated to your liking, depress the OK button to activate the level remapping. The USE CURRENT SYMBOLOGY will add the elements in the current active design file symbology.
The command ADJLEVEL LOAD has two possible unparsed. One is the string "NEW". This command ( ADJLEVEL LOAD NEW ) will allow you to open a new string list resource file to start from scratch. The other unparsed is the path to an already existing string list resource file. The command will look like this: "ADJLEVEL LOAD c:\test\testlvl.rsc". This command will open the dialog box with the resource file you passed.
These two unparsed may also be passed at startup of the MDL application as such:
mdl load adjlevel load newmdl load adjlevel load c:\test\testlvl.rsc
The above arguments supplied to the MDL application at starup will work just like the command.