Difference between revisions of "Example National Park Boundary"

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To create this symbol, start from an empty line symbol and then do the following steps:
 
To create this symbol, start from an empty line symbol and then do the following steps:
  
In the Main Line page:
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'''Main Line'''
# Enter Line color and Line width.
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*Line color: Blue dim (Duplicate any blue color in the color table and set the opacity to 50%)
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*Line width: 1.50 mm
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*Line style: Butt cap, Miter join
  
 
[[File:NationalPark_MainLine.PNG]]
 
[[File:NationalPark_MainLine.PNG]]
  
In the Double Line page:
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'''Double Line'''
# Choose '''Both lines dashed''' for Mode.
 
# Enter the width.
 
# Enter width and color in the box Right line.
 
# Enter '''Distance a''' and '''Gap'''  in '''Dashed'''.
 
 
 
[[File:NationalPark_DoubleLine.PNG]]
 
  
In the Framing page:
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*Mode: Left line dashed
# Enter '''Line color''' and '''Line width'''.
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*Width: 1.50 mm
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*Left Line color: Blue
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*Left Line width: 0.20 mm
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*Dashed Distance a: 1.30 mm
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*Dashed Gap: 0.40 mm
  
[[File:NationalPark_Framing.PNG]]
 
  
  

Revision as of 08:18, 17 September 2013

NationalPark.PNG

To create this symbol, start from an empty line symbol and then do the following steps:

Main Line

  • Line color: Blue dim (Duplicate any blue color in the color table and set the opacity to 50%)
  • Line width: 1.50 mm
  • Line style: Butt cap, Miter join

NationalPark MainLine.PNG

Double Line

  • Mode: Left line dashed
  • Width: 1.50 mm
  • Left Line color: Blue
  • Left Line width: 0.20 mm
  • Dashed Distance a: 1.30 mm
  • Dashed Gap: 0.40 mm


Download link: [Example_NationalParkBoundary.ocd]

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