I have a strange behaviour with ORD in my design: When placing a simple offset, I can easy edit the different distance inside de DGN.
but when adding a simple arc or chamfer I have to dive into the properties of the line element to edit the distance.
I tried all day to create a simpe civilcell, but it strands probably on this behaviour.
ORD version 10.07.03.18, Dutch NLCS workspace
That is normal behaviour with ORD all to do with the base element and interval. You are seeing the interval not the base element.
To get to the base element after you have created the arc select the offset line, move your pointer away from the line then right click on your mouse.
You will then be able to adjust your offset. You can at this simple stage right click on the line, however in more complex situations you need to move your pointer away from the line before you issue the right click on your mouse.
Answer Verified By: L. Tunissen
After more searching this morning, my civil cell finaly works.
Now I have to get this cell into my ORD-file.
It shows up in the civil standards, but not in the list of selectable cells.
There is a civil cell property 'Valid for placement' - if this is set to 'No', the cell will not appear in the list. (The property value of 'No' usually means there is something wrong with the civil cell.)