LPub Influence of ROTSTEP at callout


Influence of ROTSTEP at callout
#1
I use LPub3D v2.3.13 r113 on a Windows 7 system.

There is a influence at the apperance of the callout in dependence the usage of the command ROTSTEP.
You can see the difference in step 2 and 3. The command ROTSTEP is  used in step 3.
Do anybody know how I can prevent this dependency?
The model should be rotated, but the callout should be the same as in step 2.
Do anybody know if the behavior is the same in the latest version of LPub 3D?



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The file is as following:

0 FILE Test.mpd
0 !LPUB PAGE SIZE GLOBAL 8.2677 11.6929 A4
0 !LPUB PAGE ORIENTATION GLOBAL LANDSCAPE
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP BEGIN
1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3001.dat
0 STEP
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP DIVIDER
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP ALLOC VERTICAL
0 !LPUB CALLOUT PLACEMENT TOP CENTER ASSEM OUTSIDE
0 !LPUB CALLOUT BEGIN
1 4 0 -24 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Part1.ldr
0 !LPUB CALLOUT END
0 STEP
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP DIVIDER
0 !LPUB CALLOUT BEGIN
1 14 0 -72 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Part1.ldr
0 !LPUB CALLOUT END
0 ROTSTEP 0 90 0 REL
0 STEP
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP END
0 NOFILE
0 FILE Part1.ldr
1 16 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3001.dat
1 16 0 -24 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3001.dat
0 STEP
0 NOFILE

Regards

Manfred



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RE: Influence of ROTSTEP at callout
#2
Already been bugged by this one. If I remember well you can solve it by adding a rotstep statement in the submodel.
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RE: Influence of ROTSTEP at callout
#3
(2021-09-30, 18:06)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: Already been bugged by this one. If I remember well you can solve it by adding a rotstep statement in the submodel.

Thank you for your response.
The solution was so close, but I didn't see it.  Sad

I have placed the following line as the first line in the submodel. And the result was as I want. Smile

0 ROTSTEP 0 0 0 REL

Regards

Manfred
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