OpenRoads Desiigner CONNECT Edition - 2020 R1 Update 8 (v10.08.00.88) - I was trying to use the horizontal feature constraint to control my corridor and could not get it to work. When I edited my template to check the feature name I noticed that all my horizontal feature constraints have changed and I cannot set them to what they need to be. After checking the box, I can select one but when I save, close and then reopen the point the horizontal feature constraint is reverted back to the First feature shown in the feature list.
Is any one else having this problem?
Yes, this is a problem in the 10.08.00.88 release. We have it logged (Defect 1074808) to be fixed in the next update. When you select a Horizontal Feature Constraint it does save to the ITL OK, and it can be used OK in the corridor, but every time you open the Point Properties dialog it reverts back to the first Feature Style in the list so their is a possibility it will be changed if you don't set it back to its original value before you hit Apply again.
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Kevin - any update when the next update will be available. These constraints are a major part of the software working correctly.
FYI for those subscribed. The 10.08.01.33 release that contians this fix is now available for download.https://communities.bentley.com/products/road___site_design/f/geopak-inroads-mx-openroads-forum/196533/openroads-designer-connect-edition-2020-release-2
With the update installed I see that the Horizontal Feature Constraints have not updated to the "correct" feature name behind the false one. Do I have to go thru every point to find and set the correct feature for any point that had a HFC defined so it will use the correct one?
Hi Eric, Yes, if any points had been saved to the ITL with an incorrect Horizontal Feature Constraint, they will have to be edited in this newer version to save the correct HFC to the ITL.