Does anyone do it this way as shown in the screen shot below?
The CAD standards state that all elevations, building sections and sometimes wall sections must be down this way. Obliviously for this simple shed (an out building to the main building of the project)
there is no need for a building section that would be placed to the right (under) the right building elevation. But as you can imagine there are when the building is more complex.
This plays havoc with hatch origins to begin with. Per the standards, I have to create rotated views in model space. I then have to create a viewport for each view and rotate whatever viewports accordingly. Whereas the way I am use to, we lined all the views horizontally and used one viewport for as many views as possible. And there was no rotating of viewports unless it was unique situation.
The only piece of explanation that I get for the logic behind it is that saves on rotating. I am somewhat told rotating the floor plan XRef is evil.
I am just looking to see of other people/companies are doing this and that the way I have been doing it since 98 is all wrong. Once I understand the logic a value I will adapt it faster.