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Author Topic: Request: flip and rotade  (Read 3781 times)

AbteriX

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Request: flip and rotade
« on: September 05, 2005, 12:00:15 PM »
May i suggest an flip option for the cliparts ?

In modul Clipart object i need the possibility to flip objects h or v.

So our garfield could look to the left side too.


Is this possible to integrade at easy ?


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And why can i rotade "only" in 90° degrees ?
Is this to difficult to implement ?
I need to rotade at least in 45° steps, better of course would be 22,5° or 11,25° steps.
So i need less cliparts e.g. arrows.
At the moment i need one arrow for left, right, top, down.
And another arrow for the 45° steps between (see below) and than two more for the steps between between.

Is this possible to integrade at easy too ?   Or took that to much time ?

Or will you do that later, or never? Just a statement pls.

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Re: Request: flip and rotade
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2005, 10:25:53 AM »
Any responce
if flip and fine rotade
is possible in the future...

or to heavy to implement ?  :)

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Re: Request: flip and rotade
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2005, 01:22:37 PM »
i will add flip.
i will look into fine rotate - might be a little bit hard.