Specifies the reference origin coordinates for the point around which the current display set can rotate. This tab also allows you to specify the plan, front, and side angles, in degrees from 0 to less than 360, for rotating the display set.
You can select a point in the glyph to automatically select and fill in the North/East/Elevation coordinates for the reference origin. The coordinates in the glyph correspond to a range box that automatically surrounds the selected display set when you are using this feature. The default reference origin is at the center point of the selected display set range box.
The glyph point in yellow indicates the selected or current reference origin point in the glyph. As you move the cursor around in the glyph, the location on the display set's range box is highlighted in red. Click on a point in the glyph to select a new reference origin point. The new reference origin point displays in blue in the corresponding range box.
The display set range box only displays in the main window if either the Move or Rotate tabs are active.
When checked, the system applies the rotated position, if any, to the display set in the model. If unchecked, the selected display set is placed in its original position.
Specifies the north coordinate for the reference origin point around which the display set rotates.
Specifies the east coordinate for the reference origin point around which the display set rotates.
Specifies the elevation coordinate for the reference origin point around which the display set rotates.
Selects a 3D point in the model for the reference origin rather than specifying each coordinate individually. For more information, see Placing 3D Points.
The Reference origin is adjusted internally by the move deltas specified on the Move tab before the rotate angles are applied.
The display set range box does not display if no move or rotate operations have been performed.
Angles in degrees from 0 degrees to less than 360 degrees
Specifies the angle in the plan direction to rotate the display set.
Specifies the angle in the front direction to rotate the display set.
Specifies the angle in the side direction to rotate the display set.