We use to be able to delete some corrupted elements (because that do happen with corridor element and or civil geometry) using the command key-in "civil display browser" but now it only display bad elements. Now what is the way to do?
The civil display browser wasn't intended for users to be able to make edits and modification to elements or objects in a file. We certainly know there are times where this tool was used by users and was successful in resolving problems, but there are also other instances where this was a cushion for users and they would go in and just repair relationships and delete information from the civil display browser, thus causing more harm than good. There are times where we could use that to troubleshoot corruption in a file and if you run into a case where you cannot find the root of the issue and resolve conflicts and such through the available tools, please let us know. We would love to get a dgn or dataset if there is corruption in the file so we can troubleshoot and test to improve on the options we have in the program.
Please let me know if there is any follow-up necessary if you have corrupt data. I would be more than glad to file a defect.
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Ok so what is the workflow if I have a bad files? share it with everyone? not the best way. I don't mind to send it to you, what is your email? Because right now I have a file that I just use the compress command with the external reference dialog box ticked and now I cannot attach any terrain model because "of an unexpected error" the reference object is not defined??? So what do I do?