I’ve been having fun with the Subassembly Composer recently and have created a Retaining Wall using the parameters of the Standard Plan B3-1.
Once you figure out how to use the various options it’s not that bad to use. Here are a few of the things I’ve learned:
If what you are using looks like this:
If you want a target to be conditional, use a Decision and check to see if it is valid. If it is valid then I use the value specified, if it is not then I use a default value. This is useful if you want to see something instead of the subassembly going quitting on you.
I’ve also learned the Wiki help for the Subassembly Composer isn’t very good. I’ve added some to it so you don’t have to download a pkt file to see how to use something, but I didn’t too much. I’m conflicted if I should add it there and not get anything in return or post here and have a chance you will click an ad and provide some revenue for the site.
If you want a copy of the packet file for the Retaining wall, information on purchasing it may be found here on the Civil Reminders App Page.