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remove coordonate x and y and save elevation isometric plant 3D

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Anonymous
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remove coordonate x and y and save elevation isometric plant 3D

how remove coordonate x and y and save elevation isometric plant 3D

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h_eger
in reply to: Anonymous

dear @Anonymous ,

 

unfortunately it is not possible to remove the X and Y coordinates from the isometry.
These values are generated via the PCF file and the associated standard and are only adopted by Plant 3D Isometric.
There is no configuration option for this except to edit the PCF files manually. You don't want to do this ...

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MateusMaciel
in reply to: Anonymous

@Anonymous do you want to remove the X and Y coordinates in some exclusive annotation?

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Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

Try this:

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    Turn off/uncheck the Append Coordinates and Elevation box under project setup for each End Connection Annotation type.(see 1.jpg)

     
  2. Open the Isoconfig.xml, search for “ElevationScheme – Elevation” or “ElevationScheme – ElevationExtended” and set the Enable value to “true”, use either 1 or 2 depending on how you want your elevation to be displayed.
    1. Choise 1 (see 2.jpg)
       
       
                                                                                                                                                                – Elevation” or “ElevationScheme – ElevationExtended” and set the Enable value to “true”, use either 1 or 2 depending on how you want your elevation to be displayed.
    2. Choise 2  (see 3.jpg)
       
       
         

 

 

 

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Anonymous
in reply to: MateusMaciel

j'aimerais que dans mon isométrique pouvoir voir seulement l'élévation en Z et non les coordonnées X et Y et cela dans tous les isométriques

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MateusMaciel
in reply to: Anonymous

I suggest following the procedure quoted by @Anonymous 

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