Select the 'Track Manager' button from the Linear Draft toolbar. The 'Track Manager' will be displayed. A full description of each section can be found below.
N.B. Max Delta value is measured in metres. 'Infinity' is displayed when track(s) are missing.
If the track alignment, that is referenced into your model changes, your structures may become dissociated with the track. Using the 'Track Manager' allows you to re-associate the structures en-masse.
The example below shows a model with dissociated structures from the track alignment file. This is identified by the 'Within Tolerance' column showing 'False' readings.
To re-associate these structures, check the first structure that is showing as 'False'.
All selected structures will be highlighted within the model.
Click 'Similar'. This will then select all other structures associated with the same track(s). This will include structures that are within tolerance (showing as 'True').
De-select the structures that have a 'True' output and you will be left only with the structures that need re-associating.
Tick the 'Maintain Relative Foundation Height' check-box to ensure that all of the structure foundations are correctly positioned with the new high rail level.
The 'Re-associate selected' button will now be visible and it will also show you how many structures are selected for re-association.
Click 'Re-associate selected'.
Follow the prompts to select the left and right rails (this should be the left and right rails of the new track alignment position).
Linear Draft will rebuild your model and re-associate the selected structures to the new track alignment. Once the model has been rebuilt, the 'Within Tolerance' output will now be displayed as 'True' for your selected structures.
All wires and equipment will automatically be placed on the structures in the new position.
N.B. If the re-association of the tracks takes the equipment out of its reach value range then the equipment may not display. You will be required to adjust the RECOS of the mast. Details of how to adjust a structure can be found here.
Repeat this process for any additional structures that are to be re-associated.