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Label Crossing Pipes in Profile View

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    Posted: 26.Jul.2019 at 15:49
Hello everybody!

I have created 3 pipe network. In the Profile Views I was able to add the Crossing Pipes (ellipses appear), but I cannot add the proper Labels to the crossing pipes.
I do everything the same way as it is written in the official help (see
I have also created a new style for Crossing Pipe in Profile, but still not appear any label when I try to add them.
I checked the Network Properties and set a proper style to the Profile View.
The "normal" Labels work, so I can add text with "Pipe Label Style", but cannot do the same with "Crossing pipe label style". When I try to use "Crossing pipe label style" nothing appear.
If anyone have suggestions or met the same problem earlier and got a soulution please let me now.

Thank you.
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