At 04:15 PM 10/24/01 +0100, Stephen Smith wrote:
>I've already given up, and done it the standard way.
>I tried drawing it at 45 degrees as a library symbol, but the pins still
>had to be at 90 degrees.
>I was just designing a matrix, with about 50 odd diodes, and thought it
>might be easier to rotate the diodes 90 degrees.

good reason to do it, I've seen such schematics many times.

As long as the wires are going to be orthagonal the pins can also be 
orthagonal, it won't be visible.

Another approach would be to make the pin length zero (I think that works) 
or very short. Make sure that the hot spot is on grid!

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