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692 692  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
693 693  Figure: Absolute co-ordinates given in Command line and Co-ordinate box
694 694  
695 -| |(% colspan="2" %)**Descartes Orthogonal System**|(% colspan="2" %)**Cylindrical co-ordinate system**
696 -| |(((
697 -**Global co-ordinate**
698 -
699 -**system**
700 -)))|(((
701 -**UCS**
702 -
703 -**system**
704 -)))|(((
705 -**Global co-ordinate**
706 -
707 -**system**
708 -)))|(((
709 -**UCS**
710 -
711 -**system**
695 +|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %) |(% colspan="2" style="background-color:#0076cb; text-align:center" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Descartes Orthogonal System**|(% colspan="2" style="background-color:#0076cb; text-align:center" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Cylindrical co-ordinate system**
696 +|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %) |(% style="background-color:#0076cb; width:325px" %)(((
697 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
698 +(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Global co-ordinate system**
699 +)))|(% style="background-color:#0076cb; width:293px" %)(((
700 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
701 +(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**UCS system**
702 +)))|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(((
703 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
704 +(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Global co-ordinate system**
705 +)))|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(((
706 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
707 +(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**UCS system**
712 712  )))
713 -| |(% colspan="4" %)**2D**
714 -|Command line|-|(((
709 +|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %) |(% colspan="4" style="background-color:#0076cb; text-align:center" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**2D**
710 +|Command line|(% style="width:325px" %)-|(% style="width:293px" %)(((
715 715  X_Y or X,Y
716 716  
717 717  
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726 726  
727 727  [[image:1584538814135-664.png]]
728 728  )))
729 -|Co-ordinate box|[[image:1584538803237-696.png]]|[[image:1584538819898-514.png]]|[[image:1584538823960-275.png]]|[[image:1584538828297-218.png]]
730 -| |(% colspan="4" %)**3D**
731 -|Command line|-|(((
725 +|Co-ordinate box|(% style="width:325px" %)[[image:1584538803237-696.png]]|(% style="width:293px" %)[[image:1584538819898-514.png]]|[[image:1584538823960-275.png]]|[[image:1584538828297-218.png]]
726 +|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %) |(% colspan="4" style="background-color:#0076cb; text-align:center" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**3D**
727 +|Command line|(% style="width:325px" %)-|(% style="width:293px" %)(((
732 732  X_Y_Z or X,Y,Z
733 733  
734 734  
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743 743  
744 744  [[image:1584538840880-630.png]]
745 745  )))
746 -|Co-ordinate box|[[image:1584538846439-830.png]]|[[image:1584538851707-244.png]]|[[image:1584538856448-486.png]]|[[image:1584538860513-119.png]]
742 +|Co-ordinate box|(% style="width:325px" %)[[image:1584538846439-830.png]]|(% style="width:293px" %)[[image:1584538851707-244.png]]|[[image:1584538856448-486.png]]|[[image:1584538860513-119.png]]
747 747  
748 748  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
749 749  Table: Absolute co-ordinate definition modes
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764 764  
765 765  Distance from the last point can be defined in the //Command line// or with the //Co-ordinate box//. This mode is useful while creating line/polyline/polygon/surface with the distance from the start/previous point.
766 766  
767 -|Steps|**Command Line**|**Co-ordinate box**
763 +|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)Steps|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Command Line**|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Co-ordinate box**
768 768  |1|(% colspan="2" %)Define the start/previous point
769 769  |2|(% colspan="2" %)**2D**
770 770  | |(((
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859 859  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
860 860  Figure: Calculator used in numeric fields of dialog boxes
861 861  
862 -= Working Plane =
858 += {{id name="Working Plane"/}}Working Plane =
863 863  
864 -The default working plane
865 -
866 866  The default working plane – where the points and coordinates are defined – is the following by different (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**FEM-Design modules**.
867 867  
868 -|[[image:1584539615383-826.png]]** **[[image:1584539637758-207.png]]** **[[image:1584539645842-686.png]]|[[image:1584539623073-398.png]]** **[[image:1584539633898-240.png]]|[[image:1584539627586-193.png]]
869 -|(% colspan="2" %)Design modules|[[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Section Editor**>>doc:Manuals.User Manual.Section Editor.WebHome]]
870 -|Global XY plane|Global XY plane|Global YZ plane
871 -|(% colspan="2" %)Gravity direction|
872 -|Global Z direction|Global Y direction|
862 +(% style="width:571px" %)
863 +|(% style="text-align:center; width:214px" %)[[image:1584539615383-826.png]]** **[[image:1584539637758-207.png]]** **[[image:1584539645842-686.png]]|(% style="text-align:center; width:182px" %)[[image:1584539623073-398.png]]** **[[image:1584539633898-240.png]]|(% style="text-align:center; width:172px" %)[[image:1584539627586-193.png]]
864 +|(% colspan="2" style="text-align:center; width:396px" %)Design modules|(% style="text-align:center; width:172px" %)[[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Section Editor**>>doc:Manuals.User Manual.Section Editor.WebHome]]
865 +|(% style="width:214px" %)Global XY plane|(% style="width:182px" %)Global XY plane|(% style="width:172px" %)Global YZ plane
866 +|(% colspan="2" style="text-align:center; width:396px" %)Gravity direction|(% style="width:172px" %)
867 +|(% style="width:214px" %)Global Z direction|(% style="width:182px" %)Global Y direction|(% style="width:172px" %)
873 873  
874 874  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
875 875  Table: The default working plane by FEM-Design Modules
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923 923  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
924 924  Figure: Hole definition automatically sets the working plane into the plane of the attached object
925 925  
926 -= Grid Systems =
921 += {{id name="Grid Systems"/}}Grid Systems =
927 927  
928 928  The program offers a number of aid tools finding specific points and directions while drawing and editing. These are the //Grid system// and the (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Object snap tools**(%%).
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961 961  * **Sensitivity**
962 962  It sets the sensitivity area of the raster snap for both the grids and other snapping tools. The sensitivity is constant while zooming.
963 963  
964 -= Object Snap Tools =
959 += {{id name="Object Snap Tools"/}}Object Snap Tools =
965 965  
966 966  The //Object snap tools// finds and joins to special points of drawing elements and objects. The cursor form changes to the symbol of the actually used //Object snap tool//. A snap tool can be activated permanently by clicking its icon on the (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Status bar**(%%) or checking its box in the //Raster// dialog box. The dialog shows the hotkeys of the snap tools activate the current tool temporarily while holding down the key.
967 967  
968 -|(% colspan="2" %)Object snap tool|**Function**|**Hotkey**|**Example**
963 +|(% colspan="2" style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)Object snap tool|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Function**|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Hotkey**|(% style="background-color:#0076cb" %)(% style="color:#ffffff" %)**Example**
969 969  |(((
970 970  Select closest/
971 971  
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