In the Modify Features pane, Duplicate Vertical copies multipatch and z-enabled features vertically, constrained to the z-axis of your data. You specify the vertical distance you want to maintain between each duplicate feature and how many features you want to create.
In scenes, you can enable a z-handle and drag a preview of the feature to set the distance with the pointer. As an alternative to using the pane, you can right-click and use the context menu in a scene to create single features at a specified offset.
To duplicate a 3D feature vertically, click Duplicate Vertical , select the feature, specify the offset and number of duplicates, and click Duplicate.
- On the Edit tab in the Features group, click Modify .
The Modify Features pane appears.
- Expand Construct and click Duplicate Vertical .
The tool opens in the pane.
- In the pane, click Select and select the 3D feature.
The selection appears as a list in the pane.
- To refine your selection, right-click a feature in the list and use the following commands on the context menu:
- Flash —Flashes the selected features in the map.
- Zoom To —Zooms the view to the selected features.
- Pan To —Pans the view to the selected features.
- Only Select This —Removes all other features from the selection.
- Unselect —Removes the feature from the selection.
- In the Vertical Offset text box, type the vertical distance you want to maintain between each duplicate feature.
- In the Number of times to be duplicated text box, type the number of duplicate features you want to create.
- In a scene, you can enable the following settings:
- Preview—Displays a preview of the new features before you create them.
- Z handle—Displays a z-handle that you can click and drag vertically to locate the duplicate feature instead of typing the offset value.
- In the pane, click Duplicate.
The feature is duplicated vertically.