No, since Rotate is going to Rotate all the entities.
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But wait! Is there a way?
My findings that incidentally have nothing to do with dynamic blocks:
* Create a Text Style that is Annotative with the "Match Text Orientation to Layout" selected.
* Create an Attribute Definition that uses the Annotative Text Style. If the Text displayed in the block will always be the same select the Preset mode, as the Constant mode does not seem to accommodate the rotation.
* Create a block that includes the Attribute Definition.
I am finding that this procedure not only allows you to rotate the block where the text will stay parallel the X-Axis in model space, but the text will also orient horizontally with respect to layout viewports where a DVIEW Twist has been applied. Two for one.
This same procedure does not seem to work with just Text or MText that is part of a block. You can get text to orient to the viewport, but not the X-Axis in model space.
So as requested I posted the attached example drawing with a test block in it, which is just intended as an example since I am using the student version of the software, which you will probably get a message regarding. The file was created with Civil 3D Autocad as AutoCAD 2012, so hopefully you can open it with whatever you are running.
I made several copies of the block in model space, and then rotated them to different orientations. I also created two layouts with one having a non-twisted viewport and the second one having a twisted viewport.
Assuming that you can successfully open the file, you should see that in all cases the attribute text has either oriented itself to the X-Axis in Model Space, or relative to a given Viewport on the layout tabs.
Not your question but if the block was rotated by a dynamic rotation action (all except the text), you could move a grip at the starting point of the text, the grip would then have a move action associated the text.
As you rotate the block, including the grip, the text would go around as well but keep the right way up.
Have been thinking about this problem for a while.
And there actualy is a solution.
I am still testing it and this is only an example.
I simply added a dimension (don't know what the english word is) and, like dimensions always do, it will always be readable whatever way you rotate it.
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