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    Nice work (as always) Matt. It's really handy tool and it's visible that you also model in LW modeler and know it's shortcomings .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    Nice work (as always) Matt. It's really handy tool and it's visible that you also model in LW modeler and know it's shortcomings .

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    Thanks Lewis!
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    Realise i am late to the party on this one but just wanted to say thanks Matt!

    Been using these extremely useful tools today for an extended period and they have saved me bags of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloak‡1096151
    Realise i am late to the party on this one but just wanted to say thanks Matt!

    Been using these extremely useful tools today for an extended period and they have saved me bags of time.
    Thanks! Glad you found them useful!
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    Matt. I started incorporating this into my workflow and I quite like this little gems. I just have one "small" request if you can find the time. Could you do a move x, move y move y ? (no UI) those are the ones I would use most to snap things into place. The way I imagine working with this is selecting destination, hitting the store coordinates shorcut, select points/polys/lines I want to move and then hit the move x shortcut. A very quick way to snap points to vertical lines for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danner View Post
    Matt. I started incorporating this into my workflow and I quite like this little gems. I just have one "small" request if you can find the time. Could you do a move x, move y move y ? (no UI) those are the ones I would use most to snap things into place. The way I imagine working with this is selecting destination, hitting the store coordinates shorcut, select points/polys/lines I want to move and then hit the move x shortcut. A very quick way to snap points to vertical lines for example.
    Great idea, I'll get right on it for you!

    I also updated one of my scripts to make moving stuff based on stored coords more intuitive, I'll include that too.
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    Arrow Move X, Move Y, Move Z fast scripts ...

    Just so you have them quickly (will add to the main pack later) here are the scripts:

    Move_X
    Move_Y
    Move_Z

    Usage:
    1. Store your target coord as normal using the Store_XYZ.ls script.
    2. Select some points (only works on point selections at the moment).
    3. Run whichever Move script you need.


    Those points will be moved in that axis only.
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    Excellent!
    Thanx Matt, you are a bright star in the Lightwave universe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danner View Post
    Excellent!
    Thanx Matt, you are a bright star in the Lightwave universe.
    Why, thank you Sir!
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