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Moving structures in storm and sanitary

Moving structures in storm and sanitary

Moving structures in storm and sanitary

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whenever I try to move a structure in inroads storm and sanitary, microstation locks up and i have to cntrl-alt-del to kill it.  has anyone had this problem?  it has surfaced every time I have used storm and sanitary on multiple machines ever since I started running ss1.  I am now running ss2 and continue to have the problem.

RE: Moving structures in storm and sanitary

jeremyk55, what happens when you try a different data set and XIN?  Try using the Bentley delivered training files for S&S to see if you still have the problem.
C:\Program Files\Bentley\InRoads Group V8.11\Sample Data\StormSan

Here are some videos on youtube that go through moving structures in InRoads Storm and Sanitary.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SkIzkdjFYI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcSM6lewK9o

HTH,
Bob Mecham

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