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*Stiphout, Lars
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change z-value to 0?

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02-26-2002 06:56 AM
Hello,

I have several drawings where blocks, polylines, hatches are on
different z-coords. Lines are the most problematic since some of them
have different z-values for start and endpoint. All kinds of strange
things happen when drawing in plain 2d ,because of the diffence in
z-coords.
Question: is there a simple way (with one command or some other
help-program) to change all z-coords to 0

thanks,
Lars
LSL Architecten, Veldhoven, The Netherlands
*baker, jon
Message 2 of 4 (79 Views)

Re: change z-value to 0?

02-26-2002 07:00 AM in reply to: *Stiphout, Lars
if you have express tools try FLATTEN if not search for flatten at web sites
like www.caddepot.com www.cadsyst.com

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"Lars Stiphout" wrote in message
news:3C7C1292.993C3414@chello.nl...
> Hello,
>
> I have several drawings where blocks, polylines, hatches are on
> different z-coords. Lines are the most problematic since some of them
> have different z-values for start and endpoint. All kinds of strange
> things happen when drawing in plain 2d ,because of the diffence in
> z-coords.
> Question: is there a simple way (with one command or some other
> help-program) to change all z-coords to 0
>
> thanks,
> Lars
> LSL Architecten, Veldhoven, The Netherlands
>
*Propst, Mark
Message 3 of 4 (79 Views)

Re: change z-value to 0?

02-26-2002 07:16 AM in reply to: *Stiphout, Lars
"Lars Stiphout" wrote in message
news:3C7C1292.993C3414@chello.nl...
> Hello,

Lars,
look at the posts below, same question was answered this morning
*Stiphout, Lars
Message 4 of 4 (79 Views)

Re:

02-26-2002 07:33 AM in reply to: *Stiphout, Lars
thanks for the help, found the flatten.lsp, was to lazy to read through
the previous postings before posting my question, sorry

Lars


Mark Propst wrote:

> "Lars Stiphout" wrote in message
> news:3C7C1292.993C3414@chello.nl...
> > Hello,
>
> Lars,
> look at the posts below, same question was answered this morning
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