The Position Control toolbar dynamically displays the location of the view cone eye point and center point and the bearing and elevation settings for movement.
View - Displays the bearing and elevation information for the View Dependent and View Dependent Level Directional modes. The View Bearing Pointer displays the current bearing direction of the view cone. The View Elevation Pointer displays the current elevation direction of the view cone. You can change the direction of the View Bearing Pointer or the View Elevation Pointer by dragging the left mouse button in either the Bearing or the Elevation compass or by typing new bearing and elevation values.
Motion - Displays the bearing and elevation information for the View Independent Direction Mode. The View Independent Bearing Pointer displays the forward direction in regards to bearing. The View Independent Elevation Pointer displays the forward direction in regards to elevation. Moving forward using View Independent mode moves you in the direction defined by these two pointers. You use the cursor directional keys (up, down, left, and right arrow keys) or the right mouse button to define the direction of the pointers. You also can type new bearing and elevation values.
When you are using the View Independent Direction Mode, the View Bearing Pointer and View Elevation Pointer, define the view cone direction (the direction in which you are looking).
Center Point - Displays the current location of the view cone center point. You can change the location of the center point by typing in new values in the North, East, and Elevation fields. You also can change the center point location using the View > Settings > View Cone tab.