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gbXML Export the wrong height coordinate

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wu1117
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gbXML Export the wrong height coordinate

When I exported my project to gbXML and opened in SketchUp. the whole building was high in the air (shown below). I have the right elevation shown in the section view. gbXML code shows that the height coordinate is extremely high (>700). I wonder if anyone could help me figure out why the height coordinate is abnormal. Thank you.

 

<PlanarGeometry>
<PolyLoop>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-75.97137</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>-8.177114</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-52.63804</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>-8.177114</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-52.63804</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>41.82289</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-75.97137</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>41.82289</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
</PolyLoop>
</PlanarGeometry>
<ShellGeometry id="aim0057">
<ClosedShell>
<PolyLoop>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-75.97137</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>-8.177114</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-75.97137</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>41.82289</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-52.63804</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>41.82289</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>
</CartesianPoint>
<CartesianPoint>
<Coordinate>-52.63804</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>-8.177114</Coordinate>
<Coordinate>756.5</Coordinate>

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I just figured out it's about setting project base point

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