ok, i'm trying again with sketch up
now, i want to move an object to an exact location, x,y,z. not just moving it around with the mouse.
how do you do? i read the guide and it says something like entering [x',y',z'] on the value box, but i have a problem with this: for making the brakets  i have to press the alt button, that automatically interrupts the command so i'm unable to move.
Also, how do you see the exact coordinates an object is ?
You are going to kill
You are going to kill yourself now:
- Select the move-tool
- Grab the object with your mouse
- Press this - excactly, nothing else - on yor keyboard:
- hit return
Same goes for like a fixed length of an object; Just start drawing, then enter a digit, voila!
You can setup what the digits is, like CM, Meters Stones or what have you in strange contries
it doesnt work :(i think
it doesnt work
i think it’s becouse in this coutry we use the comma to separate decimals instead of point, so i’d write 3,43 cm
now if i put in “0,0,0” it doesn’t move to the origin, it works as if i entered “0”.
i tried “0;0;0” but it gives “wrong length”
type [x’,y’,z’] into a blank
type [x’,y’,z’] into a blank text file and then copy+paste it into the value box? Pain in the ■■■■ but it might work.
Just a tiny correction
0;0;0 or 0,0,0 means relative
[0;0;0] or [0,0,0] means absolute
So “[” and “]” is the key to absolute positioning.