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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 11:58:53 AM | levels vs topo values

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KennedyDrafting


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See attached, see elevation view "2 Right".    How to do I get the project geometry/level to move up to without changing  the values of the topo points.

 

Seems like I have to be missing something simple.  I've read help and treads regarding Project and Survey Base Points.  And can get the levels showing correctly and I can move the topo down.  But I can't do it without the values of the topo points changing and the points need to stay as they are.

 

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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 1:23:34 PM | levels vs topo values

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In your elevation view, move the level up. 

You could also turn on the elevation of the level on the level marker and reset the elevation there.


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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 2:13:03 PM | levels vs topo values

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like this?



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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 2:27:07 PM | levels vs topo values

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sllana - I think so.  What did you do?

 

 

WWHub - that would moving the level would work in this simple example but in a complex, nearly complete project that breaks too many connections and messes up too many views.


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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 3:08:27 PM | levels vs topo values

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It doesn't mess with anything modeled or added to views.   All sections, details etc will not be affected what so ever.  The only thing that could be affected are any connections to site elements like sewer or water that are miss placed.


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Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 6:13:38 PM | levels vs topo values

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WWHUB - Maybe we are not talking about the same thing.

I can NOT move the levels up with the move command or by turning on the elevation of the level on the level marker and a new level in numerically.  With either method I get about a dozen "can not be ignored" errors and must be canceled.

The simple file I posted was just an expample, the actual trouble making project is more complex and too large to post.


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Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 10:06:59 AM | levels vs topo values

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Was the level aligned to the topo point, still the height seem to look as 4feet..Correct me if its already solved.


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