Editing with Topology

02-04-2014 09:35 AM
by Anonymous User
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Original User: kbancke

When trying to move a shared edge using topology in 10.0 you were able to right click on the highlighted edge and select "Move To" which would bring up the Move delta x,y box where you could put the exact distance you wanted to move the edge.  Now I'm using 10.1 and I do not have that option anymore.  Is there another way to get to that Move delta x,y box in 10.1 or is there a new way to move the edge an exact distance that does not require dragging and dropping the vertices.
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New Contributor III
You could use the Edit Vertices tool on the editor toolbar (http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//01m80000003p000000), this then shows all vertices of the feature.
With a right click you can select Move to and set the new coördinate.
You can also click on the Sketch Properties button (also on the editor toolbar) this creates a window with all of the coördinates of all of the vertices of the feature you want to edit.
There you can also change the specific coördinate of a vertex.

Hope this helps.

Greets Paul
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by Anonymous User
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Original User: sean_jones

The topology 'move to' command is still in the system but it was removed from the topology edit tool context menu in 10.1.
You can use the customize dialog box to add the command back to the context menu by following the steps in the Adding a command to a shortcut menu help topic.
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