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    Generic Annotation Always Vertical

    Edit: Moved this thread out of the Wish List forum! Mark has created a new thread with the new formatting. I don´t like to delete a thread... so this one is being put to rest here. -Munkholm

    I feel there is a need for "orientation control" over generic annotation.
    There have been countless situations where I have generic annotation within components I have made and as the component rotates the annotation goes with it.
    There is "Keep Readable" but that is not full control.
    I would like control like in Tags either vertical or horizontal or just a switch "Always vertical".
    Angle control would be a bonus.
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    Last edited by Munkholm; March 9, 2011, 10:55 PM. Reason: Edit:
    Mark Balsom

    If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

    #2
    I second this request.
    -Alex Cunningham

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      #3
      Originally posted by Alex Cunningham View Post
      I second this request.
      Why? :beer:
      Klaus Munkholm
      "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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        #4
        And just to add to Munkholm's comment, what would be an example? (a small screenshot showing the text not being vertical the way you'd like would be good).

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          #5
          Spot Elevation. If I want 2 lines of text, one with the elevation and one with the TOS, TOC, TOF... ect... I have to use visibility controls just to have it work.

          See attached family.
          L_Spot Elevation.rfa

          I have to have 2 types one Above and one Below for each of the call outs. There is some refining I could do to make it less cluttered. But the way the system family works is just not flexiable enought to make this simple anno work the way it should be able to.
          -Alex Cunningham

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