I'm creating an annotation group for a profile frame, but the title box is far too wide. How can I control the width of the title box?
You can check the Display Properties, Title Width, of your Frame Annotation and adjust as necessary
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Answer Verified By: Stewart Hellen
Thanks, now working how I want it to. But I do have a few more questions
1. My profile is showing both the active profile and another profile attached to the alignment. How can we filter these out? I'm assuming the workflow is to attach a different feature definition to unwanted profiles, then hide the level using the level manager.
2. The profile is only showing the active terrain model, not any additional terrains referenced in. How do we show different strata on a profile drawing? I'm assuming the workflow is to create an additional vertical profile which is draped onto the additional terrain model.
3. Lastly, and probably most importantly, how can we annotate additional profiles on the drawing? The annotation group for profile drawings only gives the option of annotating the active profile or the active surface. There is no option to annotate additional profiles/surfaces.
For no. 3 - Have you tried using Aliases?
Could you go into a little more detail about how those aliases might work?
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For example I have a rail alignment and parallel to it I have a road alignment and I want to show the road vertical alignment levels in the rail profile drawing. What I did is that I projected the road profile to the rail alignment and defined it as an alias when I setup my Profile Frame annotation. So in the end result is that when I annotate my rail profile I also get the levels for the road profile.