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Site Model odd behavior

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I'm having a problem with Site Model...

I try to manipulate the Site Model with "Stake object from 3D locus" -command, but the result is odd.

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I get that a lot. When you modify a 3D poly, by adding or moving points, you would think the Z elevation would stay the same, but it often comes in at 0 or the bottom allowed elevation.

Try looking in iso or from the side to determine if all the points are at the elevations you think they are.

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There are no points, 3D locis or 3D polygons on wrong z-level to make such a result. This might be a bug.

I've purchased the Contour tool set, but haven't had the time to test it in a larger scale, but looks great.

Having a 3D polygon as a site modifier would be nice...

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You CAN use any 3D Polygon as a Site Modifier. All you have to do is put it in the class Site-DTM-Modifier. Same applies to 3D Loci, Nurbs curves and Nurbs surfaces.

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You CAN use any 3D Polygon as a Site Modifier. All you have to do is put it in the class Site-DTM-Modifier. Same applies to 3D Loci, Nurbs curves and Nurbs surfaces.

THANK YOU!

Why didn't I know this before? A huge time saver!

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