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  1. Here is a video explaining zoom_0.mp4
  2. do not relocate the origin
  3. Give me a min and I will post a quick video about this. Still drinking my morning coffee! 😀
  4. The initial image you see is for site reference and is only temporary. This is why it disappears. You are still Georeferenced you just need to use the Geo Image tool to draw a rectangle around your area (make it a decent size) and that image will be better quality and stationary for your site.
  5. you most likely used WGS84 as a coordinate system this can skew the image due to regional location. It would be better to use a specific local coordinate system such as in the US (state)NAD 83 HARN. Just find your local system and change to that.
  6. In the case that @Rossford is refering to a hole like you are suggesting will work also but in this case it is faster to duplicate and crop the second model and lay over the top. But yes this is also a great solution.
  7. Try copying the new poly line to your clip board, then after you delete the original crop, paste in the new crop.
  8. This is a GOBO for Spotlight lighting design not a fire as you are thinking.
  9. Give it a fill in the attributes palette.
  10. Just change the pricing in the worksheet you are using.
  11. Right click and edit or double click. The worksheet on both.
  12. You can update directly in the worksheet.
  13. not sure what you are doing but it always works fine for me. Use the second mode in the flyover tool and set the rotation axis to your site model with one click and then rotate. then next time you need to rotate use shift-C and you will be back to that point. You could also set a saved view for the rotation and zoom that you like and use that.
  14. yes it could. either will work.
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