Below are the commands for this ribbon tab. Any commands specific to Civil 3D or AutoCAD/BricsCAD will be noted with the command.
When you install Stringer RSpec you will get a number of CSV files that make up the forms being installed in
C:\ProgramData\CSS\Stringer CAD 201?\RSPEC
In here there is a SAMPLE folder. These are the standard CSV files for Stringer RSpec. If you want to change these CSV files, copy the SAMPLE folder and give it a new name. Once you have done this you can then edit the CSV files in the copied folder. When you go to use Stringer RSpec for the first time it will ask you to nominate a folder e.g. Civil Survey Solutions and will use the CSV files in this folder. This is required as some councils differ in their requirements and multiple folders may be needed.
When a new Build of RSpec is done any new CSV files in the SAMPLE folder will override the OLD CSV files. The copied Folder with the new name will stay the same.
Just be careful changing the CSV Files because if you don't keep the same format then it will not work and you will have to send to us to be looked at.
Add All RSpec Data
It allows you to select any item in the drawing and then choose what RSpecAttributes you want to add to that item.
To see all the different forms for the RSpec Items above, click on the images, right, to enlarge.
Remove All RSpec Data
It will remove all data that has been added for RSpec items in the drawing. If i select a Boundary, all the attributes for a boundary will be removed.
List All RSpec Data
Lists all data of the selected item e.g. Kerbing. If if you close it down again and then pick a Boundary say, it will then show you all the boundaries in the drawing all at once. It will zoom to that item in the drawing when selected and when you expand the + button it will show you the details in there from the form that was filled out. The green ones are the ones that don't have all the attributes on them and the black ones are the ones that are completed.
List All Empty Data
Anything that hasnt been attributed in the drawing will show up in this display. If you pick on the item in the list, it will zoom to it in the drawing and be highlighted as well so you can see which one it is.
Export to GIS
A DSpec function specifically created to make a MIF/MID or Shape file from the xdata created on DSpec data in the drawing
Export to Map 3D
Exports data to Map3d data Tables. All Dspec data can now be seen in the Object Properties Display. The Mapexport command is then to be used to Export data out using Map3D.
(Not available on AutoCAD and BricsCAD versions)
Exports Map3D data using the Map Export Function for Map3D.