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guang ai September 1, 2006 00:44

creating spline along existing line cell?
 
Hello everybody: I want creating a spline along exisiting line cell to catch up. However the command 'splc' only operating interactinvely on screen. There is no other command wayaround. I plan to run a loop to chase up a line. What I doing this is because 'splin chase' functioning very badly, could not go along slightly charpen curves.

allan September 1, 2006 08:23

Re: creating spline along existing line cell?
 
I don't think you can do this, I asked the same question about two years ago at cd-adapco support, and I was told it couldn't be done. However things may have changed!

guang ai September 1, 2006 09:06

Thank you! *NM*
 

DenizeN September 4, 2006 02:33

Re: Thank you!
 
It is done simple.

The use of a negative vertex number in the vertex definition list provides for slope discontinuity at the location of the (absolute value) of the vertex. Use it to build you slightly charpen curves.



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