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Apr 26, 2006


Chris Needham

I just checked this, and the "rotate" option IS still there on the command line, it's just not shown as an option.
Type "Snap" "R" and there it is.

Kent Elrod

As noted, the option to type "r" for rotate is still there, just not shown. Also, using UCS, Z, 45 is probably even easier than Snap, Rotate, enter, 45. (45 degrees as an example)

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