Took me some time to find this: how do you delete corrupted old mesh from corridor? Before we could use the "civil display browser" but now we can't
In the example below I have 3 curb mesh that I can't delete because they are still "associated" with my corridor, but of course do not follow it anymore…
1: use the delete Mesh Facet command
2: select the mesh and use the line to cut through it to delete part of it
3 - now use the "convert mesh to surface" tool
And you are done! The software just deleted the corrupted mesh.
Also if you have corrupted lines:
1- turn them into mesh, then delete them
Clearly it's dangerous to have mesh with feature definition laying around in "double"
Thanks Jeremie, that's good to know.
Another method we use is to put the element on a dummy level and delete that levels content using the "LEVEL ELEMENT DELETE" keyin.
One bigger question though, except for seeing it visually, is there any way to actually scan for these meshes to so a bulk select?
Thanks Mark I'll try it the next time this issue happen. I did not think about using this command because I could not delete the mesh manualy or drop them beacause the software think they are still assosiated with the corridor.
As for spoting them, I have added a coridor feature definition name "OFF" wich basicaly turn everything off. Every thing that remain (mesh or features) is bad stuff.