Z-value labelling - WCS and UCS problem

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Z-value labelling - WCS and UCS problem

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Hello,

I am drawing floorplans and some different UCS in my drawing.
For 50-100 points I want to show near the point the z-value. I already spent a lot of hours and found a lot of lisp files that show the heigt in WCS-level but not in the UCS-level.
Also the most lisp files create a text near the point, but you still have to click point by point.
Does here exist a lisp file that first asks to select the points and then can place the height in the current UCS near it?
I use bricscad.
Thanks in advance.
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Can you post some screenshots of what your looking to do? ;)

cwxTools does this in AutoCAD & BricsCAD:
BricsCAD Pro - cwxTools.PNG
https://youtu.be/40CP__d-79s?list=PL-w3 ... uXsPy0NPTu

but if I'm reading your post correctly you wish to select multiple points in one instance?
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Hello,

Thanks for answering my question! CXW tools looks a nice add on, where can I find it? There is no official website?
It has some features that are very helpful to draw floorplans.
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Hi,
Email me your contact details and I will send you a copy... ;)
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Jason Warren wrote: Tue Aug 17, 2021 6:59 pm Hi,
Email me your contact details and I will send you a copy... ;)
jason.warren[@]cwx.tools
Also interested Jason. Will send a mail
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landmeterbeuckx wrote: Tue Aug 17, 2021 7:11 pm Also interested Jason. Will send a mail
Posted today... ;)
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