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That is expected behavior for annotation. Since you have zoomed your data frame out from the annotation's reference scale, the fonts should be smaller. If you zoom the data frame into 1:15,000, they will be huge. You can try overriding the symbology on the annotation layer's properties using the "Substitute individual symbols in the symbol collection" ...


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I think I finally got it! I didn't know about reset or continue, and it works now, using "while ... else: continue" . I had to correct other mistakes too. Now I can work on optimisation (dissolve before creating the new streams). Here are the corrections : def main(): import arcpy import os arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True fc = r'C:\RADF_1.gdb\...


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My input field parameter needed to be type GPString instead of Field. lkLkTab = arcpy.Parameter ( displayName = "Leak Excel Worksheet Leak Field", name = "lkLkFld", datatype = "GPString", ###changed parameterType = "Required", direction = "Input") I've also found that filtering parameters based off an input table can ...


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Blunt tool might help to solve flawed logic. So let's use result of your test to guess name by simply counting number of operations: import arcpy sausage="ID_1_12_13_14_15_16_17_18_19_20_21_22_23_24_25_26_27_28_29_30" suffix=sausage.split("_")[1:] for i in range(19): arcpy.JoinField_management("PA", "OBJECTID", "PB", "OBJECTID") lastName = [f.name ...


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I'd also be very interested to hear of a better, definitive way to resolve this issue. But in the mean time, you can use arcpy.ListFields() to get the list of fields before and after geoprocessing, and compare the before/after lists to determine which fields are new. Eg, before geoprocessing, run: fieldsBefore = [f.name for f in arcpy.ListFields(table)] ...


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In ArcPy you can use field mapping to determine what fields work as inputs and outputs and how they are combined - this doesn't work for JoinField_management but works for many other geoprocessing functions. This script merges ID fields into the same output field when using the merge tool in data management: layer1 = 'layer1' layer2 = 'layer2' # ...


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If you have follow the steps mention in Agent Analyst tool interface will not open on ArcGIS for Desktop? and then also you are getting same problem. This is due to Refresh.exe.config file. Your system will be taking as a text file. Download this file and paste it in C:\Repast 3\Agent Analyst\Refresh location. Open this file with notepad and change the ...


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