My loyal (and patient) blog reader s.k. nelson asked:
"...After using your "psuedo sump" method/technique, my out going pipes appears below the sump of the manhole. I was curious how you handled it. From your pics it doesn't seem to be doing this.I didn't know what to do to address it. I thought using a 1" or 2" floor sump or seeing if there was some setting to attach to the outside of structures versus the center. Using a thicker lineweight on the structure would probably hide it, but I thought I would ask.Thanks for all your tips/tricks. They certainly help this newbie out. "
(see the post Showing Pipes from Structure to Structure )
Well, thank you so much for your comments and questions.
Here is something that catches me sometimes- perhaps check the "fixed scale". I messed around in there for a little while before I gave up and changed the catalog, but if you forget to make this Z=1 again, you wind up with shorties.
Does that fix it? If not, comment again!
(My apologies to R.K. McSwain who I not only incorrectly identified as the commentor, but the ultimate insult- I misspelled his name. Thank you R.K. for setting me straight)
Wednesday, July 05, 2006
What might be amiss? Structures not showing all the way down to pipes
Posted by Dana at 11:12:00 PM
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