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PHX cadie

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Re: UCS effect on lsp's
« Reply #15 on: October 13, 2006, 01:34:15 PM »
Heres the WCS one. I need to ask the boss who owns/permission for the work ones
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Re: UCS effect on lsp's
« Reply #16 on: October 13, 2006, 06:34:06 PM »
Heres the WCS one. I need to ask the boss who owns/permission for the work ones

Yep, looks like that basically only creates a rotated view.

It wouldn't work at all with Land Desktop, since Land Desktop bearings are determined by the UCS, sort of.  Actually, it's a bit more convoluted than that, and Land Desktop really does not work at all right if the user is not in WCS.  It is caused by a whole series of coding errors in Land Desktop - slightly different code would not have the issues.  But Land Desktop has always been like that, and it won't be fixed at this point.

In reality, LDD uses the Northing/Easting grid to label bearings.  The N/E grid is not the same thing as the WCS or a UCS, but it is similar.  And because the Land Desktop labelling routines are not written correctly, they get confused if you use a UCS.

None of this applies unless you are using Land Desktop, though.