At 16:15 24.10.01 +0100, you 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.

You can make zero-lenght pin and draw the pins with lines. Should work.

Edi Im Hof

>I was just designing a matrix, with about 50 odd diodes, and thought it
>might be easier to rotate the diodes 90 degrees.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Samuel Cox "Sam" [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>Sent: 24 October 2001 16:18
>To: Protel EDA Forum
>Subject: Re: [PEDA] Component Rotation
>
>
>Steve...
>
>1.) the question should be rephrased to "Symbol Rotation".. not
>"Component
>Rotation"..
>2.) Why would you want to rotate a symbol in Schematic capture to
>something
>other than
>90 degrees.? This not standard practice.  Also, keep in mind that your
>pins
>of the symbol need
>to end up on a schematic grid point for wire connection to be
>completed..
>
>Answer: I do not even believe you can adjust the rotation of a symbol in
>schematic to some angle
>other than 90 degrees..
>
>Workaround: If you are all fired up to still do it.. you will need to
>create the symbol at 45 degrees
>in the library to start with.. just make sure the pins are on an even
>100mil grid..
>
>Best wishes..
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>At 05:02 PM 10/24/01 +0200, you wrote:
> >Steve wrote:
> >
> >> > Can anybody answer this quicker than me attempting to find it in
>help
> >> > files.
> >> >
> >> > I know how to adjust the rotation steps in PCB editor, but how do
>you
> >> > adjust in in schematics from 90 degrees to 45 degrees.
> >> >
> >> > Steve
> >
> >Steve,
> >As far as I can see, you can only rotate in steps of 90 degrees in
> >schematics.
> >
> >Have a nice day!
> >
> >Joop Reekers
> >Semecs bv, Almelo NL
> >
> >

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