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[[File:TwoDashed.PNG]][[Category:Symbol]][[Category:Create a New Symbol]]
 
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==Colors==
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The following colors are used for this symbol. Define and edit '''[[colors]]''' in the Colors dialog, which can be found in the '''[[Map]]''' menu.
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a: '''black above''' for the two lines in the middle
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b: '''yellow''' for the infill
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c: '''black below''' for the framing (sidelines)
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It is important that the colors are in this order in the '''[[Colors|Color Table]]'''. The sidelines are cleared automatically in this case, when drawing an intersection.
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==Parameters==
 
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:
  

Revision as of 10:22, 11 September 2013

TwoDashed.PNG

Colors

The following colors are used for this symbol. Define and edit colors in the Colors dialog, which can be found in the Map menu.

a: black above for the two lines in the middle

b: yellow for the infill

c: black below for the framing (sidelines)

It is important that the colors are in this order in the Color Table. The sidelines are cleared automatically in this case, when drawing an intersection.

Parameters

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

In the Main Line page:

  1. Enter Line color and Line width

TwoDashed MainLine.PNG

In Double Line page:

  1. Choose Both lines dashed for Mode.
  2. Enter the distance between the two dashed lines in Width.
  3. Enter width and color in the box Left line.
  4. Enter width and color in the box Right line.

TwoDashed DoubleLine.PNG

In Framing page:

  1. Enter Line color and Line width.

TwoDashed Framing.PNG


Download link: [Example_ThreeLanesDashed.ocd]


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