CADBaseMathas been renamed
CADMirror. Note that the mirror parameter is a bit mask.
CADStretchObjcall can stretch any polyline with four vertices. Please note the vertex ordering: A
=(xLo, yLo), B
=(xHi, yLo), C
=(xHi, yHi), D
=(xLo, yHi). This same ordering applies when a square or rectangle is converted to a polyline.
CADStretchObjcall has a new (optional) parameter that specifies a line of a polyline to stretch.
N.B. Arc-angles parameters specified, already include this operation.
Flipping subsequently left-right and top-bottom is equavalent to rotating 180 degrees. Therefore, flipping left-right (or mirroring in the y-axis) is equivalent to flipping top-bottom (or mirroring in the x-axis) and then rotating 180 degrees.
The "upside-down" field swaps top and bottom of the object, possibly changing the anchor
point coordinates of a subsequent
Flipping subsequently top-bottom and left-right is equavalent to rotating 180 degrees. Therefore, flipping top-bottom (or mirroring in the x-axis) is equivalent to flipping left-right (or mirroring in the y-axis) and then rotating 180 degrees.
If a string is "back-to-front", left aligned strings are shown as right aligned strings,
and vice-versa. The text itself isn’t mirrored.