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Directional modes define how you want to navigate around the model. The different modes provide different types of motion. The mouse drag modes, positioning modes, and Position Control toolbar all affect how the directional modes operate.

View Dependent Motion - Sets the motion direction relative to where the eye is looking (for example, forward is toward view center). This mode allows you to move directly toward where you are looking. For more information, see Set View Dependent Mode.

Level View Dependent Motion - Sets the motion direction relative to where the eye is looking, but remains level while moving. This mode allows you to move toward where you are looking without changing the elevation. For more information, see Set View Dependent, Level Mode.

View Independent Motion - Defines the forward direction by using the motion bearing and elevation indicators on the Position Control toolbar, thus giving you the flexibility to move forward in an arbitrary direction while looking in another arbitrary direction. For more information, see Set View Independent Mode.

Plant North - Sets the motion direction relative to Plant North (that is, forward is toward Plant North). This mode allows you to look in one direction, which the view cone defines, while moving in another direction. This mode is similar to View Independent mode with the exception that forward is always north. For more information, see Set Plant North Mode.

See Also

Control Movement with Positioning Modes
Using 3D Navigation