We are currently working on a very large scale development project, where we are extensively using Railclone for modeling procedural buildings.
We are using a few styles (mostly with default segments with adaptive rule and bevel symetric) to populate the site, but in some cases, when we have facades with balconies, there seems to be a problem at the corners when railclone does not cut properly the geometry. Please see attached picture (top view of a simplified scene with the problem).
We thought the problem came when the distance from the corner to the start of the balcony is less than the depth of the balcony so we tried with a compose operator to add some space before and after the segment with the balcony, but it was even worse using this method. Even using count as rule wouldn't avoid the problem. There is always a segment in excess at the corner badly cut
We have a workaround in mind (adjusting directly the segments) but this would require editing many segments and railclone styles, so I thought maybe there is a simple solution .
Also a very important side question, maybe feature request ? When using a linked styles to a master style, segments are not instanced between master and "slave" railclones"...is there a workaround ? We use linked style in order to specify local parameters, like total height of building or façade style.
I've been scrubbing through your forums in order to plan for this particular project, and all I can say is that honestly, your support is one of the best I had ever seen.
Thank you again for your time.