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Removing the representation from the Track

Pioneer
Pioneer

I want to remove the representation of Track. (we have A, B representation on the streets. I don't want to see the representation).Any suggestions or help would be appreciatedSmiley Happy.

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Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Phenom
Phenom

if you set the Line color equal to the background color,

 

the representation will disappear.

 

Unbenannt.PNG

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Pioneer
Pioneer

Thank you for the reply @phenom . But I have already tried it.

The main problem is my representation is bigger than my track length in the segment so the representation is coming out of the track Smiley Sad

when I use your strategy inside the track it's perfectly fine but the representation which is lying outside the track is still visible.

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Phenom
Phenom

could you please post your model,

 

containing the track , to have a closer look

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Pioneer
Pioneer

I have attached screenshot and marked in the picture. My model is a company warehouse.Unbenannt.PNGUnbenannt1.PNGUnbenannt 2.PNG

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Pioneer
Pioneer

Unbenannt 2.PNGUnbenannt.PNGUnbenannt1.PNG

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Phenom
Phenom

could you  please post

 

this frame  as  spp file.

 

 

Unbenannt.PNG

 

 

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Pioneer
Pioneer

I have attached the sample model.

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Phenom
Phenom

It seems this issue appears in v13

 

in v13.2 onwards the lane Names ("A","B")

 

are placed in the body of the track or

 

- if too big- disappear.

 

Unbenannt.PNG

 

What I can suggest in this case (as workaround for v13) is

 

to set the horizontal track line color to white

 

Unbenannt.PNG

Re: Removing the representation from the Track

Pioneer
Pioneer

Thank you @simulator for the answer and the time. I will try to ask how I can represent  and yes i see that with a white background it works fine. or else i will try to execute the same in a higher version.  thanks once againSmiley Happy