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.
Your workflow looks quite similar to mine, although I use the Utilities→Batch Process tool with the predefined template. (When the script is complete I have to end the current/last command manually).
As you can see, the extra characters do not appear on the first text elements. It also seems that the number of "words" in the junk text differs slightly between each text element.
Thanks. Nice to see that the problem could be reproduced.