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  1. Shows up on mine when I tried to "save as" a map coverage, scatter data, and annotation layer. What layer are you trying to save?
  2. Sure. Click out the river using the observation coverage. Plot it. You got the elevations and length, so you can determine slope.
  3. Sorry, hope I didn't mess you up. I forgot they changed it a few releases ago. My apologies.
  4. Yup. You can actually look at the results while the model is running.
  5. Definitely worth a try. It would make sense since it is say 500 nodes.
  6. Do you have any BC lines that have more than 500 nodes? I would start there.
  7. Could be a couple things. What type of model are you running? Is that the type of mesh you created? You might need to change the mesh to be used in that type of model, that is my initial guess. You could also convert the scatter to a map coverage and set that to mesh gen type. That could be one work around. There could be other ways, but you need to provide more information. Also, Your XML file might not make a very good numerical model mesh.
  8. Are you using the internal culvert method or HY-8?
  9. Try breaking up your polygons into smaller ones.
  10. It may be easier to merge the mesh coverages, then mesh them. To do that, in the project explorer window, click on one of the mesh map coverages you want to merge. Hold the control button, and click on the other mesh/meshes coverages. Then, right click and select merge. This may be the problem you are having with the meshes (not having 2 selected). Make sure you have more than one selected (use the same procedure as above) to merge. Let me know if this helps or not.
  11. Got to Display Options > Map and check the fill box under polygon to show type. Check ID under polygon to show number. Shift Q will show boundary in the mesh IF you have both the mesh and material coverage in the same simulation. Hope this helps!
  12. I don't believe you can in 12.3 either. Can you not just convert the scatter points from the boat survey to a geotif in Arc? I am not sure about that either. Another possible solution is to check out QGIS, a free GIS software. I hope these answers help you.
  13. Hold down the shift key and select both arcs. Then right click, distribute vertices. Click the source arc option and select which arc you want to copy to the other. You might have to break up that polygon into smaller ones to get it to work properly.
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