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    I'm trying to move objects in order to line them up on a common centerline. But each time I move an object from the m command: the object moves on two planes. one lining up on my center and the other changing elevation for example. I dont want it to change in elevation.

    any suggestions?

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    You're working in 3D?
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    Yes, Or A Glorified Iso. Its A Employer Modified Workspace

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    Use point filters to move the object only on the plane you want to.

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    can you post image. cause its hard to understand that you want to do ...

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    Not sure I understand the "glorified ISO" comment. Are you working in 3D using one of the four predefined isometric views (SE, NE, SW or NW)?
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