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comment How to eliminate polygon boundaries
If you don't have a common attribute to dissolve on then you will need to manually merge the neighbouring polygons one by one.
Nov
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comment How to build cylinder or cube multipatch objects in ArcGIS?
I made all the 3D models in ArcScene (different bookedmarked views of the same model) and exported as 2D image and just brought everything together in Photoshop or it could have been Corel Paint back then. The north arrow, vertical scale, borehole labels are all ArcScene (extruded lines / polygons) the legend, coloured arrows were done in Photoshop.
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Oct
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revised How to build cylinder or cube multipatch objects in ArcGIS?
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Oct
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answered How to build cylinder or cube multipatch objects in ArcGIS?
Oct
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comment How to build cylinder or cube multipatch objects in ArcGIS?
I will elaborate a bit - it is possible to turn borehole logs (XYZ points) into 3D polylines. I wrote a sript a few years ago that did just that but it was with ArcObjects. Each group of points had a unique value and I just looped and constructed 3D lines using the points as ToPoint and FromPoint and asigned soil type to each line. Once complete I symbolized on soil type using the the 3D line symbol which is a "cylinder". You can convert the 3D symbolized lines to multipatch but it's not necessary. This is only a comment bc i would have to dig deep to find that sript or re-write from scratch
Oct
31
answered Tree symbol style set?
Oct
31
comment How to build cylinder or cube multipatch objects in ArcGIS?
Are these 3D points with X,Y,Z values?
Oct
31
comment Creating 3D Buildings for Google Earth?
You can view view 3D buildings in Google Earth desktop application but Google no longer allows people to submit 3D models for inclusion in Google Earth/maps.
Oct
30
comment Assign a IGeometry to Feature.Shape
geometry is not set or declared. Where is it coming from and what's in it?
Oct
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comment How to change field defined as REQUIRED to NON_REQUIRED in ArcGIS Geodatabase
Is this a personal or enterprise RDBMS back-end?
Oct
28
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Oct
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comment Can not load Arcmap 10.1 styles
I don't know. I used to have issues with ArcMap not retaining styles after I added them. This has gone away with a newer version. Positively should not be happening and nothing needs to be enabled in order for the style manager to work correctly. You could try a clean install if you don't mind doing that. Before re-installing completely remove all traces of ArcGIS using some powerful uninstaller like iObit or something like that to ensure all is gone. Remove all install folders, etc.
Oct
28
answered TIN gets distorted when I use hard clip to edit it
Oct
28
comment Georeferencing an image to a Progressive JPEG
If you zoom out beyond the image extent then it likely will. If the jpeg completely fills the data view window then it will not. After georeferencing, depending on what method you used, the original jpeg will be distorted and no longer retain the original shape, however the exported referenced image will be rectangular. In any case it is impossible to avoid the margin unless you zoom in enough to fill the frame, You can control the colour of the background on export. You could try to export to PNG, then make the solid background transparent in Photoshop. Have not tried this.
Oct
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accepted Where is information on What's Coming in ArcGIS 10.3 for Desktop?
Oct
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comment Where is information on What's Coming in ArcGIS 10.3 for Desktop?
Usually, we were able to find out at regional conferences, the general hype, discussions and ESRI's "What's coming" bits but now the whole thing seems to be shrouded in mystery this time around and I am seriously considering dropping maintenance either way, especially given the advances in QGIS in the last few years.
Oct
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answered Georeferencing an image to a Progressive JPEG