SincpacC3D General Information Command Summary
The SPAlignSurfTracker command displays the Northing, Easting, and, optionally, Station, Offset, and Surface elevation under the cursor.
Type SPAlignSurfTracker at the command line. You will then see a display such as the following:
In the above image, the user may select an Alignment and/or a Surface from the 2 drop down boxes. Once satisfied with the selection, hit the Track button and you will see a form similar to the following:
Picking a location in the drawing stops the tracking. The user may use ObjectSnaps while picking the location to insure accurate values are displayed. After picking a point, the data in the form remains for that point and the data may be used with a copy-paste operation
Displays information about objects below the current cursor location.
Displays geometry and interval points along an alignment and profile, and can print the output to delimited output files (CSV, tab-delimited, etc.) or directly to a printer. May also be used to generate Cogo Points along Alignments, or display a Surface elevation at each station, along with a Cut/Fill between the Surface and Profile at each Station.
A Cogo Point browser, editor, and reporting tool, all rolled into one. Displays selected points in a grid, including Station and Offset, with options for editing points, adding/removing them from Point Groups, and printing them to delimited output files (CSV, tab-delimited, etc.) or directly to a printer. Also includes the ability to display a Surface elevation at each point, as well as a Cut/Fill between the Cogo Points and Profile/Surface.
Manages dynamic links between Cogo Points and other Civil-3D entities. This allows the elevations of Cogo Points to change dynamically whenever the "master" object changes. Similarly, the description may be set to display the Station/Offset of the point, and the Station/Offset will also dynamically respond to changes in the model. The "master" object may be a Surface, a Profile, an Alignment, or a linear entity such as a Feature Line, Survey Figure, Polyline, or 3D-Polyline.