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Lalith posted a topic in GMS Feature RequestsHi, I am fairly new to GMS and modflow. My apology if this feature already exists. Would you please add a feature to batch export GIS shapefiles of particle tracking pathlines in GMS? For example, I have a modflow model that has several extraction wells (16). I ran modpath for tracking particles for different time periods (8 different times) and created GIS shapefiles (16 x 8 = 128). I was able to export these GIS shapefiles only one by one This is a repetitive, time consuming and tedious work. If there a way to export all of these or selected shapefiles in one attempt (such as batch export), that would make our lives much easier. Thank you, Lalith
TJohnson posted a topic in GMS Feature RequestsAm using GMS 10.2.3 (64 bit) build date Jan 9 2017. I have imported multiple GIS shapefiles into my project to assist with mapping and viewing. I imported separate shapefiles to show streets, freeways, fault lines, groundwater basin boundaries, water district boundaries, property boundaries, etc. They are all just lines and they were all imported just fine and put in a folder called GIS Layers in my GMS project. But they all are assigned by default the same line thickness and color, which makes a messy map where you can't distinguish between streets and property lines. I can change all of the GIS shapefile properties as a single unit under the Display properties, but this doesn’t help separate out and distinguish each shapefile. Is there a way to adjust the properties of an individual shapefile? My goal is to have different line thicknesses and colors for each of the individual shapefiles so that it is easier to read and distinguish on the screen. Right now, they are all the same line thickness and color, so you cannot distinguish them.
Hi All, Is there a way to export MODPATH path lines with directional arrows in the form of GIS or AutoCAD? My client needs these pathlines in GIS or CAD format with arrows spaced at specified time interval. Thank you, Lalith