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The frame "Points" serves to define the coordinates of terrain points. There are two options available to define coordinates of individual points:

With the help of table: points are defined in the table. Pressing the "Add" button opens the "New point" dialog window; coordinates of points are then specified and by pressing the "Add" button added to the table. An arbitrary number of points can be defined in this way. The "Cancel" button is used at last to close the window. These points can be further modified (in the dialog window) using the "Edit" button or removed with the help of "Remove" button (more points can be marked in the table to remove them all at once - before removing, the selected points are displayed on the desktop in red). Each change is immediately reflected on the desktop.

With the help of the mouse: this inputting mode is turned on by pressing a respective button on the horizontal bar. The following options are available:


  • to input a point, click the left mouse button on the desktop (the mouse cursor changes - see picture) - the program then opens the "New point" dialog window, which allows for modifying the point coordinates, or to input its Z-coordinate - after pressing the "OK" button the program adds this point into the table. Providing the point cannot be added (e.g. duplicity of coordinates) the program prompts a warning message
  • grid functions can also be used when specifying a point


  • clicking an already existing point (see active object) using the left mouse button opens the "Edit point" dialog window, which allows for editing the point coordinates - in the dialog window the following buttons ("OK+" and "OK+") can be used


  • clicking the point using the left mouse button opens a dialog window, which requests to confirm deletion of the selected point


  • actives the regime of graphical selection of points (type of selection is set in the tool bar "Selection"

The selected points can also be imported from files in formats TXT, Atlas DMT, DXF, LandXML and gINT.

The program allows for importing further points and edges into the processed task (e.g. in subsequent stages).

When defining points the program in some cases automatically calculates their Z-coordinates. Only one point can be assigned to a single coordinate X, Y.

Providing the option of inputting layres with the help of "Points of layers" in the "Basic data" frame is selected, the "Points" bar contains the "Layres" combo list. This list serves to choose a layer into which the points will be input.

Visualization of drawing on the desktop can be modified in any input regime based on the setting adjusted in the "Drawing Settings" frame and with the help of buttons on tool bar "Visualization".

Frame "Points"