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8/8/2018 8:42 AM
 
Hello,

I'm running into an issue when trimming contour lines from a new road surface to match with the existing ground surface. I've tried using my outer break lines as a boundary to automatically clip the new countours, but for some reason this also clips random contours within the roadway. Hence I created a manual boundary with somewhat of a buffer around my outer breaklines. Now I need to manually clip the edges of the contour lines using the outer breakline as my cutting line. The process works, but with each line I clip, my resources (RAM) are progressively tappped, to the point where I need to shut down MicroSurvey to free up some more RAM. I'm somewhat surprised that this operation taps so much of my computers resources, because the surface building operations don't seem to tap them at all. When I start the clipping process, I have approximately 600MB of free RAM, but this is quickly dwindled to nothing after approximately 5-10 clipping operations. Sometimes a single line clipping operation will take approximately 4-5 minutes to complete, before I can go onto another clip. If I try the fence mode, it completely bogs down.

I'm thinking that the program must be holding my edits in memory, in case I need to restore my original condition. Is there any way to manually allocate resources, or override programmed settings?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:
http://www.microsurvey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1056

Thank you.
 
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