TGO had the ability to change Coord System and all data would be converted. Now it seems TBC does not support this function for imported CAD data. Any Ideas?
Apologies for the delayed response. Can you archive your TBC project (open TBC without opening your project, go to File > Archive a project and find your project *.vce file) and post it for me to review?
I've run into another symptom of the same problem. In the field I created a point using CoGo/ Calculate point. In the office I changed coord system in TBC. The calculated point retains original coordinates whilst measured points change. Not good.
Does your COGO > Calculate Point have an underlying projection? Otherwise,
the point created is just a grid point with N, E, and El coordinates and
will not move with a change in coordinate systems.
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How do I go about applying the underlying projection to the calculated point?
What version of TBC and Ta are you running, Tobbe?
Are you able to share the data so I can follow along better?
On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 2:14 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org <
Please see attached job file.
Point 9000 is calculated from a baseline off points 32 and 331.
I’m running TBC 3.81 and TA 2016.11
I do not think versions are a factor here, though. CAD points and calculated points are all grid coordinates by definition and will as such not be transformed when coordinate system is changed. According to the OP, TGO would change coordinates on grid points aswell, I think that feature has benefits in a lot of cases.
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I found how to "put your calculated point into underlying projektion". In Access, when creating the point in CoGo there is a drop down list where you can choose between Grid and WGS 84.
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