Ah, just figured it out - in the 'Main Properties' for the map object,
there's the 'Map Rotation' area, which is what I want to be using... (I was
previously looking at the separate 'Rotation' section for the broader Item
Properties of the map object, which didn't confine things in the same way.)
Learning new stuff every day :-). Glad to find this so easy to do!
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 4:35 PM, Michael Treglia <mtreg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm working to create a map of a pretty linear area that runs ~30 degrees
> off of N.
> In addition to the focal area, I have some bordering regions (e.g.,
> counties) that I want displayed, just to help show context. .
> I was playing around with rotating the map in the print composer, and it
> seems that if I want any blank-space border around the map, I would need to
> clip all of the surrounding layers appropriately first, right? (otherwise
> the corners of the original rotated map stick out...)
> Or is there some way rotate the area and clip off the boundaries of a
> certain extent entirely within the composer?
> Just as an example, think of this NYC map (which is rotated off-North),
> if it had a blank border around it.
> Thanks! Curious to hear how others have dealt with this kind of question
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