I have been using batch process a lot in earlier versions, but with SS3 (with or without InRoads loaded) I get lots of junk text after my string.
These are the first program lines of my batch script:
place text"A"xy=455705,6818040place text"B"xy=455712,6818047place text"C"xy=455730,6818047place text"D"xy=455712,6818033place text"E"xy=455730,6818033place text"F"xy=455671,6817992place text"G"xy=455664,6817994place text"H"xy=455659,6817999
A-E is placed as expected. The rest is appended with with this text "CIVILCOORD RestoreCoordLockOverridesCIVILCOORD RestoreCoordLockOverrides".
Does anyone have a clue what I am doing wrong?
The output from the batch process is attached to this post.
Any help is appreciated
I ran this in just MicroStation and text places fine. Can you try this in a blank file and see if you get the same results.
Hi. Thanks for the quick reply.
Actually, I might have found the source to this issue.
I am using Civil Accudraw with AutoLoad checked.
To make my script work as intended I need to do the following:
-Disable Civil AccuDraw
-Disable Civil AccuDraw AutoLoad
-Save settings and reopen the file (just to be sure)
This still feels like a bug though. I use Batch Process and Civil AccuDraw a lot, and disabling the AccuDraw feels like an unneccessary workflow.
Regards,Thomas HauglienSubsea CAD Engineerhttp://www.reinertsen.com/
Which civil product are you using?
I am using Inroads V8i SS3 (V08.11.09.674). Same problem with *.493
My Microstation version is 08.11.09.578
I had this thread moved to the Road and Site forum so this issue that those familiar with Civil products could see this as well and assist.
I am almost able to reproduce your problem, and I would like to make sure I am able to do so before I log a defect. Can you please view the attached video and let me know if your workflow differs from mine in any way? Thanks.