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Sun, Nov 18, 2007 at 10:23:28 PM | Toposurface subregion problem

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I have a problem with a subregion (road) on a large site . Whenever I try to edit or even delete the subregion the whole toposurface has a fit, no critical error or anything just a messed up site. I'd be happy to get rid of the surfaces for now and use filled regions but I can't even delete the thing. I've attached a few images to explain my case. I've tried simplifying the surface with no joy. Any help?

Thanks Luke



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