Enhanced, easy 3D points command.
line : GT_EASY3DPOINT
allows 3d point objects to be created easily. It mimics the POINT
command but allows the elevation value to be entered at each point pick
Draw embankment hatch slope pattern.
line : GT_EMBHATCH
The GT_EMBHATCH command is use to draw a hatch pattern of alternating long and short
lines of the kind shown in the figures below to represent an embankment
The GT_EMBHATCH command requires two boundaries represented as lines or
polylines. The hatch pattern is created as a series of long and short
lines with the specified spacing in between them. The ratio of the long
and short lines is expressed as a percentage length. This command works on
linear straight lines only.
Create vegetation cover line pattern
line : GT_VEGLINE
The GT_VEGLINE command is used to create vegetation cover line patterns.
The patterns are drawn as arced polylines and you can control the size,
shape and pattern of arcs as shown in the dialog box above. You can save
and restore the parameters used by this command in ASCII files.
Explodes the polyline and places the result in the layer in which it was
created (source layer)
Explodes the polyline and places the result in the layer which is current
Explodes the polyline and places the result in the layer selected by the
Displays the name of the layer selected
Clicking on Select button pops up the select layer dialog
original objects: Checking this box deletes the original source object after exploding
Draw a polyline by joining points in sorted order
line : GT_SORTEDPOLY
GT_SORTEDPOLY command draws a polyline through selected points sorted in
Positive X, Negative X, Positive Y or Negative Y direction.
Increasing X values : Choosing the option draws the polyline in
increasing (positive) X direction.
Increasing Y values : Choosing the option draws the polyline in
increasing (positive) Y direction.
Decreasing X values : Choosing the option draws the polyline in
decreasing (negative) X direction.
Decreasing Y values : Choosing the option draws the polyline in
decreasing (negative) Y direction.