Below is a list of the GEOPAK configuration variables and their usage.
Defines how the annotation scale is applied, whether it should be divided by 12 or not when applying annotation to a Civil Geometry chains.
Denotes the location and names of the default labeler style files. When the variable is not utilized, GEOPAK uses the default files located in the GEOPAK\bin directory.
When set to 1, this variable enables the Draw Cross Sections from Surfaces command to use an alternate algorithm to construct the components that are drawn on the proposed cross section(s). This alternate algorithm utilizes meshes within the digital terrain model, thus eliminating the requirement of the cross section path crossing all edges of the terrain model’s components.
This variable sets the DDB file that defines the styles available in Corridor Modeling. Corridor Modeling imports the drafting standards from the selected DDB file into a .xin file. If this variable is not set, the software uses a default DDB file.
This variable points to a global .xin file on a server. When this variable is set and the .xin file it points to exists, the Import DDB option is disabled.
When this is set to 1, it will turn off drawing of roadway designer plan view features. This will enhance the speed of processing within Roadway Designer on larger projects.
When set to 1, this variable turns off the display of Transition graphics in the display options in Roadway Designer, thus decreasing the display time when processing.
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