• Simple Printing

    When I do a takeoff I print the cut fill maps by using a plot box, rather than go thru the somewhat complex steps of drafting and dynaviews. The problem is all I get is a piece of paper with my cut fill map, and noth...
    ron fucinaro
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  • Why is two lots of text being created in profile view?

    I have added some reference lines to a corridor (IL of existing services) and trying to annotate it with text however for some reason it keeps adding two lots of text. It seems it is trying to annotate text for each s...
    Shaune Dorron
    last modified by Shaune Dorron
  • "Dynaview Collection" along an alignment?

    95% of my current workload is corridor projects. It would be nice to expeditiously create a Dynaview Collection along an alignment to generate clean plan sets. I have googled around to no avail and any help would be g...
    Andy Deveney
    last modified by Andy Deveney
  • Feature Request - Plan Sets - Have text in printed PDF Keep Hyperlink property

    Is it possible to have hyperlinks that are printed to pdf keep there hyperlink property?   In the example, I am demoing a link to our website but this would be useful for things such as: email adresses GIS Map...
    Patrick L'heureux
    last modified by Patrick L'heureux
  • TBC Power Hours for Construction

    I will be posting Links and Content Download for all the TBC Power Hours for Construction on this Blog going forwards. The Power Hour concept was initiated by the Geospatial Team a couple of years ago and has been hug...
    Alan Sharp
    last modified by Alan Sharp
  • Any way to create flow arrows?

    Wondering if there is any way to create little flow arrows to indicate drainage or flow channels along with my slope text? Or maybe they are already made in TBC and I can't find them.I have attached a screenshot of wh...
    Dane Myran
    last modified by Dane Myran
  • Is there a way to print with the map view as an underlay?

    Typically I will bring in an image from Google Maps to overlay linework or control points on but that seems redundant with the capability of turning on Map view in TBC. The snag I ran into this morning is that it does...
    Patrick L'heureux
    last modified by Patrick L'heureux
  • Is it possible to create a vertical curve using points?

    Is it possible to create a vertical curve using topo shots along the baseline of an existing road?    Ideally I would use these curves in the VAL tab after creating them, since I don't believe it is possibl...
    David Bonds
    last modified by David Bonds
  • Feature Request - Plan Sets - Copy/paste Images from clipboard

    Is it or could it be possible to paste images from a users clipboard into TBC?   I use a lot of screen clips when composing a plan set especially for 3D views. I find it faster to screen clip and paste in Bluebe...
  • Dimension Cutting Plane View

    Does anyone have an idea on how I can dimension a "Cutting Plane View" from a scan of a traffic signal? The client needs sizes and lengths of all objects for structural analysis. Intended output would be a pdf of the ...
    Thomas Tomsu
    last modified by Thomas Tomsu
  • How To Set Datum On A Cross Section

    I'm trying to plot some cross sections and having trouble making the elevation axis look correct.  I would like to be able to stop the axis and labels at the top of the kink row but it goes all the way to the bot...
    Fred Lusted
    created by Fred Lusted
  • Erratic Results for reference line in Plan set Profile

    I am getting erratic results in the in a profile plan set for a reference lines. I have two references line I am trying to show in my profile 24 ft left of CL and 24 right of CL. The 2D and 3D data all seem to be corr...
    Patrick L'heureux
    last modified by Patrick L'heureux
  • Feature Request - Set a Prefix for spj file import

    I import a lot of field data and think BC has a pretty good work flow for doing so. One complaint I have is that when I import these SPJ files with surfaces, they get scattered across my BC surfaces that I have m...
    Patrick L'heureux
    last modified by Patrick L'heureux
  • Power User Group 2.0 Training Materials

      After another successful PUG Power Users Group Conference in April, I am pleased to provide those of you that could not make it to Colorado with the Training Exercises that we went through at the event. I will...
    Alan Sharp
    last modified by Alan Sharp
  • Elevation labels offsetting in random directions

    Elevation labels offsetting in random directions when I'm trying to label a profile on a sheet set.  I have set the offset to 0.30 in, but some of the labels are plotted at -0.03 in.  What could be causing t...
    Matt Eklund
    last modified by Matt Eklund
  • CAD text spell checker

    Would be nice if spelling was checked when entering CAD text in TBC.
    Rob Davidson
    last modified by Rob Davidson
  • Save the Date - Trimble Business Center - Power User Group - Europe

    2/11/20 12:00 AM
      Due to "Popular Demand" and repeated requests from our Geospatial and Construction Distribution Partners, we have finalized the venue and dates for the first Trimble Business Center - Power Users Group me...
    Alan Sharp
    last modified by Alan Sharp
    Save the Date - Trimble Business Center - Power User Group - Europe
  • Print 3D

    Is there a way to share a 3D model in PDF format so that the individual looking at the pdf can rotate, zoom, etc.?
    Ryne Gibson
    last modified by Ryne Gibson
  • Problem with C/F maps and legends in Sheet view and while plotting.

    Any one else experienced this problem when using C/F maps in the sheet view. Every C/F map i use in my dynaviews is showing almost the opposite colour grading if not as in this case, it turns almost everything white.&...
    Joakim Andreasson
    last modified by Joakim Andreasson
  • Can a vertical alignment start after the POB of the HAL?

    Regarding this, the vertical alignment in question starts in a vertical curve with the VPI being 11 feet from the start. In other words, while the vertical curve is 680' long, only 351 feet of it are actually part of...
    David Bonds
    last modified by David Bonds