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PatrickRoberts
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UCS orientation in multiple viewports

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02-04-2003 04:38 AM
I have my model space screen divided into 3 viewports, each viewing a 3d object from different angles (ie. plan, front and sw iso). what do I need to set in order for the ucs to change in the same fashion in each view port when i select a different UCS? Autocad used to be able to do this. Now it seems it only changes the UCS in the active viewport.
Any help would be appreciated.
Patrick
*Medina, Alfredo
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Re: UCS orientation in multiple viewports

02-04-2003 12:40 PM in reply to: PatrickRoberts
Patrick,

 

Try checking the status of the UCSVP variable in
each viewport.

 

HELP document about UCSVP:

 


Type: Integer
Saved in: Drawing (viewport
specific)
Initial value: 1

Determines whether the UCS in viewports remains fixed or
changes to reflect the UCS of the current viewport.


0  Unlocked; UCS reflects the UCS of the current
viewport

1  Locked; UCS stored in viewport, and is independent
of the UCS of the current viewport


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Alfredo Medina

 



style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">I
have my model space screen divided into 3 viewports, each viewing a 3d object
from different angles (ie. plan, front and sw iso). what do I need to set in
order for the ucs to change in the same fashion in each view port when i
select a different UCS? Autocad used to be able to do this. Now it seems it
only changes the UCS in the active viewport.
Any help would be
appreciated.
Patrick
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