At 01:11 PM 10/24/01 -0500, Cliff Ober wrote:
>There's a number of new PC motherboards coming out with the large (>500
>balls) Northbridge chip rotated by 45 degrees - it can ease compliance with
>the high speed bus constraints required for these designs.

Component, i.e, footprint, rotation is not the issue here, it is schematic 
symbol rotation. Protel PCB supports 0.001 degree increment rotation.

On the PCB, not on schematic, which is limited to 0, 90, 270 (and 360).

One may draw symbol elements, however, in a symbol, to make it appear that 
the symbol has been rotated. Just not the pins.

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