Has anyone had a case where they Matchlines won't add to corridor reference to clip out for intersections? I can select them and reset to continue, but it doesn't rebuild or add to the corridor. I've deleted the matchlines and made new ones, I deleted ALL the corridor references and added them again and these in particular won't add. They're in the same template drop where a matchline right next to it is working...
I did have these intersections as civil cells and clipped the corridor (and since hand built the intersections and deleted the clipping) but not sure if this affects it in any way.
Also my corridor and intersections are in separate files, again not sure if it affects anything.
Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!
I have found that the matchlines have to be in the same file as the corridor.
What I do is reference in the junctions into the main corridor model, so that I can see where the junctions are, and then I can place a match across the junction area in the corridor file. I found the same as you, if the matchlines are not in the same file as the corridor they won't work
Sorry I wasn't clear. Yes I'm setup the same, intersections/junctions in separate file, matchlines in the corridor file. It's very odd that the matchlines don't want to work in 3 intersections but work everywhere else...
Update: This problem happens when adding multiple matchlines as a corridor reference at once. Add them individually and everything works fine!
Answer Verified By: Jeff Purl
I have tried that, but it does not work for me. I also added key stations and still nothing.
Two possible culprits that first come to mind:
Check that the trigger is looking for the feature (matchline) that you placed.
Verify the matchline has actually been added as a corridor reference in the bucket (corridor objects)