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Cogo points rotated in paperspace

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10-01-2012 01:30 PM

Hi All,

I have a dwg that looks great in modelspace, however I created a couple paperspace layouts and then used AlignSpace to rotate to those views. The problem is that my point label style rotates the point labels based on the alignspace rotation.

I looked into the point label settings and changed the orientation reference to the World Coord. Sys., but it does not help the points rotate correctly. (world reference is the goal)

Any thoughts? Please see attached images.

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Re: Cogo points rotated in paperspace

10-01-2012 01:35 PM in reply to: DK311
Change orientation to "view" in label style
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Re: Cogo points rotated in paperspace

10-01-2012 03:12 PM in reply to: sjg

Changing to view does not fix...seems that the only way to have them rotate is to change the Dragged State Componets to "as composed" however, this ruins my leader attachment and places leader in awkward positions, which does not help beacause all points with that label style get the awkward leaders.

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