I am having an issue with slopes in cross sections after an upgrade to ORD 2021 R1.
The screenshot below shows that I have created a linear annotation definition for slopes and for the target criteria I have identified one component of the template used for the corridor as the slope I want to label. The expression is emply as I am identifying just one piece to label.
However, what is labeled in the drawing model is the entire top surface of the corridor. I am not sure what is controlling this but in the past if you identified just certain pieces of the template to label slopes the 10.09 software would only label just those slopes. See the screenshot below.
I appreciate any guidance on this issue.
ORD 10.10.01.03 (2021 R1)
No response so I guess I should submit a ticket?
I believe the annotation group assigned are found in the surface feature definition in the file being referenced. Check that those are set correctly. That feature definition and slope annotation may be set to one of your existing features.
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I've seen some issues with the filter in this release. There's been extensive work done on XS filter and annotation in the 2021R2 build. As a test, I'd advise installing it to see if the filter works correctly.
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Answer Verified By: Sean Keene
Thank you for the reply but that is not the issue. If I remove the linear annotation for the slopes from the annotation group altogether then no slopes are labeled in cross section view. As a check I looked at the surface feature definition which points to a surface feature symbology and the annotation group for that is for strip grades in the profile view.
Thanks Marcus, I can confirm that installing the 2021 R2 build fixed the issue.