Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Deleting Corridor Subassembly

Sometimes you want to delete a subassembly from a particular corridor section. While you can do it using from the corridor editor, there is a command that will let you delete them from plan.

Type VECSDELETESUBASSEMBLY at the command line and then select the corridor and then imagethe subassembly you want to delete. How can this come in handy? Well lets say you have a transition from a 2:1 slope to  a 1:1 slope. A corridor section exists between them that is messing up the transition. Using the command you can delete the daylight subassembly from the corridor section providing for transition between them. Alternatively you could overwrite the daylight’s slope to get the same result, although deleting it may be a bit quicker.

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