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OfLines.tml

Select the points of multiple sets.


Anyone familiar with the OfLine selection option in Terramodel knows that you are limited to selecting one set at a time. The TML Guy has a solution for you: OfLines.tml.

OfLines.tml holds the selected points in the previous selection set. To change the layer, elevation, color, name, etc. for the points defining the selected sets, select the points using OfLines.tml then issue a command such as Modify/ReLayer and select the Previous option. The points selected with the OfLines.tml will be selected. Or use the option in OfLines.tml to select only the radius points of the selected sets.

How to use the OfLines command:

After downloading OfLines.* to the Terramodel installation folder\Terramodel\tmls folder, open a Terramodel project and type oflines at the Terramodel command line:



You will see:

OfLines command bar.

Example:

The following is a procedure to relayer the radius points of selected sets.

  • Type OfLines at the command line.
  • Select the desired sets.
  • Check Include radius points twice. The option will change to Only select radius points.
  • Click OK.
  • From the Modify menu, select ReLayer.
  • Place the mouse in the graphics area and click the right mouse button.
  • Select the Previous option.
  • The radius points of the desired sets will be selected.
  • Complete the ReLayer command by selecting a layer for the radius points and click OK.

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