Difference between revisions of "Rotate Command"

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* When a polygon, segment or arc are rotated, also images of the vertices / endpoints and sides (in case of polygon) are created.
 
* When a polygon, segment or arc are rotated, also images of the vertices / endpoints and sides (in case of polygon) are created.
 
* For text rotation use [[RotateText Command]].
 
* For text rotation use [[RotateText Command]].
* See also [[Rotate Object around Point by Angle Tool|Rotate Object around Point by Angle]] tool}}
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* See also [[Image:Tool_Rotate_Object_around_Point_by_Angle.gif ]] [[Rotate Object around Point by Angle Tool|Rotate Object around Point by Angle]] tool}}

Revision as of 08:52, 21 July 2011


Rotate[ Geometric Object, Angle]
Rotates the geometric object by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[ Image, Angle]
Rotates the image by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[ Geometric Object, Angle, Point P]
Rotates the geometric object by the angle around point B.
Rotate[ Image, Angle, Point P]
Rotates the image by the angle around point P.
Note:
  • Vectors are not rotated around axis origin or point P, but around their initial point.
  • When a polygon, segment or arc are rotated, also images of the vertices / endpoints and sides (in case of polygon) are created.
  • For text rotation use RotateText Command.
  • See also Tool Rotate Object around Point by Angle.gif Rotate Object around Point by Angle tool
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