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Alrighty, so I was digging around in Civil 3D 2014 and I was making a command alias using, brace yourself, the Alias Editor. Well the command I was creating an alias for was FEATURELINEPROPERTIES, but it wasn't in the listing. Then I looked closer and it seems that Civil 3D commands for surfaces are in there. It also seems that some daring thief has slipped in and and stolen these commands from the AE of all of my workstations!

 Am I missing something because the only way I know to create an alias for those commands now is to manually edit the .PGP file. \

I demand answers!
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Damn it ... I had my suspicions. That, or pikas. It always boils down to one or the other.
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Could have been my dog....
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Employee Trust

Trust us a two-way street that can easily fall prey to traffic jams and potholes. But like most things in life, trust can be repaired. The best part is that it probably won't take as long as you might think!

Check my new article at +Line//Shape//Space on the topic of building, maintaining and rebuilding employee trust. But don't think it is just for owners and managers. We all need to learn the basics of being good stewards of the trust that other place in us!

And leave some comments too!
Discover three ways to capture, maintain, and rebuild employee trust through open communication.
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Bogie just got all flirty with the breakfast drive through lady and scored some free bacon. That's my boy!
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My road trip to West Texas took a slight detour and stopover in the 1980s.

a-ha - Take On Me (Official Video): http://youtu.be/djV11Xbc914
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I love every bit of this story. 

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"How Pinterest started" as told by +Ben Silbermann at Startup Grind (http://bit.ly/1gDnJzm) by +Anna Vital.
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Looks more like the Minus One in this blooper. But, hey, they can't all be winners.
 
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Dyson has a neat concept for a vehicle that would keep our water clean, similar to the way its vacuums work
Thanks to his vacuum cleaners, famed designer James Dyson is already helping to keep homes clean all over the world — now he wants to do the same for the Earth's water. Dyson has detailed a...
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This really is just utter crap. Every morning that I wake up I'm shocked that there isn't a Comcast logo somewhere on my body because I was acquired while I slept.

Comcast's ridiculous argument for buying Time War…: http://youtu.be/Tzi7-tO5WYI
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I would punch a six pack of midgets in the face if the coffee fairy with miracle a vanilla latte into my cup holder as I sit in traffic
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Kung Fu Drafter began as a CAD/Geek blog covering ... CAD and geek topics. Quickly it evolved into what we like to call a "Drafting Lifestyle" blog covering any and all topics of interest to CAD Professionals and Geeks alike.

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