CrossView for ArcGIS

Dynamic cross section generation for ArcGIS 10+

CrossView for ArcGIS 10.4 Installer

Posted by CrossView Team on November 08, 2016.

Some of our customers have had issues using the existing CrossView installers with ArcGIS 10.4, so we've added a new download to the trial page containing a version compiled specifically under 10.4. Functionally, the software is exactly the same. Contact us if you have any questions!
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License Server Outage

Posted by CrossView Team on August 01, 2016.

Some customers may have run into an issue early last week when our web-based license server platform became unavailable for a few days. Everything is fine now and we apologize for any inconvenience!
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CrossView Update (2.0.5216.28835)

Posted by CrossView Team on May 27, 2014.

CrossView has been updated to version 2.0.5216.28835
  • Fixed a spatial reference issue where point to point layers with very large vertical exaggerations would not export to geodatabase
  • Fixed an issue with exporting to file geodatabase using ArcGIS 10.2
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CrossView Update (2.0.5205.22798)

Posted by CrossView Team on April 01, 2014.

CrossView has been updated to version 2.0.5205.22798. Download the latest version on the trial download page.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with exporting profiles containing layers with source data containing Z or M information
  • Fixed an issue with opening the Add Profile Layer dialog when there are broken links in the map
  • Fixed an issue exporting layers that have the same name but different capitalization (e.g. Wells and wells)
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CrossView Tips and Tricks

Posted by CrossView Team on March 07, 2014.

There are a few shortcuts and hidden pieces of functionality in CrossView. Try these next time you're working with cross sections in ArcGIS.

  • If you hold the CTRL button while moving the mouse over your cross section in the profile window, a cross will be displayed on the map view that will show the mouse location along the cross section line.
  • To quickly activate a profile, hold down CTRL and left click on it in the CrossView TOC.
  • To suppress the confirmation dialog when deleting a profile or profile layer, hold down the CTRL button when you click Delete from the context menu.
  • When clicking on a node in the CrossView TOC to expand or collapse it, hold the CTRL button to expand or collapse all of the nodes at the same level.
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CrossView Update

Posted by CrossView Team on February 18, 2014.

CrossView has been updated to version 2.0.5162.19550. Download the latest version on the trial download page.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with XY event data containing null values that is stored in a database
  • Fixed an issue that allowed setting the vertical exaggeration to 0
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CrossView 2 is now available!

Posted by CrossView Team on February 04, 2014.

CrossView has been completely rewritten from the ground up to be fully integrated with ArcGIS. Gone is the wizard-based interface that locked you into your cross section once it was finished. The new software allows you to create multiple cross sections that are saved within the ArcMap document (MXD), change the layers and their properties any time you need, and only export the cross section to the page layout once you're ready. If you decide to change the cross section later, just alter it in the CrossView interface and re-export.

CrossView consists mainly of two dockable windows that have been added to the ArcMap interface. The first is the CrossView Table of Contents window and contains your profiles and layers just like the ArcMap Table of Contents that you're used to. The second is the CrossView Profile window which displays the cross section that is currently selected in the table...

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