3.BSRDCL Data.txtI am importing data from text sheet .It is properly coordinated.I am importing the data but the data is somehow divided by 1000. I am attaching the text file and a word file containing the pictures of of open road.You can see in a X Y Z colums in second picture.Each Northing/easting/Elevation has been divided by 1000.Kindly help
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Atif Ahmed said:Where can i find it?? I have no idea
We've already talked about that:
Microstation V8i/Menu/Settings/Designfile/Working Units
Thanks Frank for the reply I have two problems which i believe are interrelated. 1) I am importing a data from text file in x y z format (UTM in metres Norting easting and elevation).As i import all the data is imported and when i check the data each cordinate has been imported by dividing by 1000.I changed the units as you suggested from the design file/working units,still the problem remains.I import the data usually by multiplying each coordinate by 1000,so the data is properly imported 2) While working i try and attach the autocad file on this data.The autocad working units have to be changed to centimeters for it to be properly imported imported.This leads me to conclusion that the working units of my dgn file must be centimetres.i change them to metres from settings>Design file to metres.Now i try to import the autocad file whose working units is metres.But it isnt imported properly. Do seed files have to do something here?
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