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So all my life whenever I want to move an object to a specific coordinate I use the MOVE command, pick the corner where I want to move the object, and then plug in X coordinates, use a comma, and then Y coordinates.


Now all of a sudden what Civil 3D 2019 is doing now is overriding the coordinate input to use bearings instead. I have been trying to disable Polar Tracking but it insist of using bearings instead of coordinates. Is there a way to revert this back?

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I don't know why they broke some of the basic commands. Dynamic input with relative displacement is now the default. You can either press # whenever you want to use absolute displacement, or you can permanently turn off the relative displacement with the DYNPICOORDS system variable.



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