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Hi allI started designing my scenery in Arch2002, which very conviently adjusts all Area() and Refpoint() Lat/Lon's, if you change the Header() and Latrange() coordinates.Unfortunately, as I have learn't more and more about Scasm Language I tend to modify the *.sca file and compile manually.Is there any easy way or(any way) of moving my scenery, as a block, without ammending all the lat/lon coordinates for the Area() and Refpoint() commands.May be there is a formula that certain programmes use, like Arch2002, to achieve this.I'd appreciate any help, even if long handed!!!!RegardsDave

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If you want to move the entire scenery, the best way to do this is in the design program. Just set another coordinate for the center point and everything should move.There is not really an easy way to do it by hand in the code. That would require changing all Area and RefPoint commands.Arno


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Hi ArnoThanks for your reply, I was afraid you might say that!!!Stupidly, I think I thought (I saw a pudicat)that changing the header enabled this, Wrong!!!I just hope my last output from the editor mirrors my manually altered Scasm file, otherwise I need a paddleThe moral must be, before editing the scassm file manually, get it's location right first time.Thanks againDave

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