"...I have a sheet dwg where the alignment comes in slightly off of where it should. It’s not on the centerline. It must be a artifact of an earlier alignment or something. When I initially saw it, I went back, deleted and recreated the alignment. When that didn’t work, I deleted the BMC and the Align txt files (since I’m right at the beginning of the project).
That didn’t work. I can’t find anything in the dwg left to delete…. But it has to be here since when I labeled the ASE alignments in another dwg, it seemed fine.
I can’t really scrap this dwg because I have like 20 tabs in it….. I’m going to save it as all the individual dwgs once I get it looking right…"
ASE alignments are still being used in the design drawing instead of the Civil 3D versions that are used everywhere else.
When ASE initializes, it looks for available alignments.
If ASE alignments are present in the ASE Project Data Folder, then those are used and Civil 3D alignments are ignored.
If no ASE alignments are found, & Civil 3D alignments are available, then they are used, along with all of their associated sub-objects such as profile views, layout profiles, etc.
Browse to the ASE Project Data Folder
Rename (or delete) the file “Alignments.txt” (Makes ASE alignments invisible)
Open the vertical design drawing
Run ASE "Selective Audit..."
Sync Markers to Civil 3D Layout Profiles (as-needed)