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All Topics | Topic "Problem with the WEAP interface"
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Prof. Carolina Massiel Medina

Subject: Problem with the WEAP interface   
Posted: 5/21/2024 Viewed: 613 times
Hello, good day. I have a problem with the WEAP interface. Does anyone know how I can adjust the size of the runoff-routing link arrows in WEAP? The arrow size is very large and disproportionate. I hope someone can help me with this problem.



Dr. Naveed Ahmed

Subject: Re: Problem with the WEAP interface   
Posted: 5/22/2024 Viewed: 603 times
Hello Prof. Carolina,

It was same appearing to me and I tried to fix by using the node size and labels under the Schematic drop down menu, but nothing works.... However, after selection the area map, this is fixed. I will suggest you, just select the area of your project as we select in the start of any new project....and then it will be automatically fixed.

Hopefully, it will work


Regards,
Naveed
Mr. Doug Chalmers

Subject: Re: Problem with the WEAP interface   
Posted: 5/28/2024 Viewed: 440 times
Carolina,

As Naveed has pointed out, there are two solutions to this. The first is to go to Schematic --> Set WEAP Node Size, where you can make your nodes smaller. If this does not help, then right click on your schematic --> Set Area Boundaries. Setting a smaller area for your boundary should reduce the arrow size.

Hope this fixes it for you.
-Doug
Topic "Problem with the WEAP interface"