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Old   April 24, 2013, 10:57
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Hi guys,

I just want to know if itīs possible to give a explicit location to a vertex. I mean, select a vertex and give it x,y and z coordinates. Thanks!
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yes it is possible:

under blocking tab -> move vertices -> set location
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It was a lapse. I use this option everyday but usually itīs only to equalise location.
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I have another one. Look the picture. Iīve asked a similar question in other thread. Is not possible get the internal vertex location? When I click in green one, appears a big yellow point but, if this is an internal one... appear a small yellow point (I suppose that this measure itīs not the real of the vertex).
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yes it is possible:

under blocking tab -> move vertices -> set location
It is the solution.

Here you have three options:

1. You are just talking about

2. Reference from "screen" Just create a point at required location and choose that point when you enable screen option

3. Don't choose any reference vertex or reference location. Just check X, y and z boxes and enter required location and apply.
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I have another one. Look the picture. Iīve asked a similar question in other thread. Is not possible get the internal vertex location? When I click in green one, appears a big yellow point but, if this is an internal one... appear a small yellow point (I suppose that this measure itīs not the real of the vertex).
You can right click on vertex (under blocking) in left panel and click on "show vertex info" and select the vertex who info is required.
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Thanks Far. Iīve done this to set a location. But.. Do you know how to get the location of an internal vertex.
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