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- The limit depth can be drawn, if desired, beside its corresponding boring log .
- When drawing a group of boring logs or limit depths in one presentation, the user has the possibility to choose the sequence of boring logs or limit depths (for example boring 6 at the left, boring 1 at the right next to it, boring 3 at the right next to boring 1 etc.). So the user can draw subsoil sections.
-  The intensity of numbers on the contour lines can be decided through a writing factor.
- Legend for the maximum ordinate is inserted for results in isometric view, distribution of results in the plan, results as circular diagrams, deformation and principal moments as streaks (Figure B-80).
- When studying the effect of neighbor foundations, all foundations can be drawn with data or results in one representation.

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Figure B-80 Legend for maximum ordinate

- You can draw a group of data with results or a group of data together in one presentation (for example contour lines of settlements with loads and slab thickness, or loads with boring locations) (Figure B-82).
- When defining view angles about x-, y- and z-axis for a drawing in three-dimensional, the drawing is previewed on a small menu before displaying on the screen (Figure B-83).
- New expressed symbols for boundary conditions and supports are presented (Figure B-84).
- If the system is symmetry, the symbols of symmetry will be automatically drawn.
- The graphical drawing can be copied in Metafile-Format to Clipboard. Then, it can be inserted directly to other windows-programs such as Word and WordPerfect (Figure B-86).

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Figure B-82 Drawing data and results in one presentation

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Figure B-83 Viewing angle

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Figure B-84 New expressed symbols for boundary conditions

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Figure B-86 Copying the drawing to clipboard

12 Enhancements in ELPLA 8.0