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Although a RocPlane model is not defined using absolute coordinates, a coordinate system is in effect in the Top, Front, and Side Views within the 3D Wedge View.

When you move the mouse over any of the views, coordinates corresponding to the cursor location in the view are displayed in the Status Bar in the bottom-right corner of the application window.


  • The units of the coordinate system correspond to the Units selected in the Project Settings dialog.
  • The origin (0, 0, 0) of the coordinate system is defined as the mid-point of the lowermost edge of the wedge on the slope face (i.e., the midpoint of the intersection line of the slope face and the failure plane).
  • Axes can be displayed in the views using the Axes option in the View menu.
  • Coordinates are NOT available in the Perspective View.
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