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How do I rotate subcircuit?

Created by Jones • 10 months ago
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Jones

On  May 05, 2023

I want to rotate the subcircuits I made and also change the place of input and output

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@Focaspeed

On  May 12, 2023

hello sorry but even I have no idea how you could do either to rotate it or to move any sub-circuit inputs, sorry.

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Keefe

On  Jul 07, 2023

unfortunately this is not possible

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Robin Hodson

On  Jul 07, 2023

Rotate all the parts individually. Yes; I know it's a pain. Individual components can be rotated by changing their direction, in the Properties dialogue.

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@Focaspeed

On  Jul 12, 2023

Yes you are right but unfortunately this does not happen with sub-circuits. You can do this in the subcircuit design but sometimes (many to me) it still puts them offset unfortunately.

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@Focaspeed

On  Jul 16, 2023

However, to change the position of inputs and outputs is possible and I finally understood how to do it, although not very efficient it is the only way apparently. To change them you have to go into the subcircuit design and put the inputs and outputs in chronological order and only then will the subcircuit put the pins in the chronological order you used before to create/modify it.

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@Focaspeed

On  Jul 18, 2023

Sorry about everything I said about changing the pins in the subcircuits, in fact all you have to do is go to the subcircuit project and then to the right of the screen press the green "edit leyout" rectangle so you can change whatever you want, I don't have to explain it to you as it is very intuitive. For those who have not understood how to do it, I leave here the link to the CircuitVerse youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_wxOQ50tBk. :)

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