To clarify, the Copy/Mirror across center is good for the "old way" of doing two-sided projects.
That is, creating two separate files...one for the Top side and another for the Bottom side. Mirror-copying the alignment holes was peachy for that, but no longer necessary now that we can design a two-sided project in a single file.
What I referred to above, regarding the Copy or Move to other side, is a NEW feature specifically for two-sided project layouts.
When you create your alignment hole vectors on say, the Top side, you right-click and choose Copy or Move those (selected) holes to the Bottom side.
The holes will AUTOMATICALLY be placed in the exact position relative to the opposite side because the software takes into account the material flip direction.
In short, it's a quick and foolproof method of making sure the alignment holes are positioned correctly, every time!
This may not help you for your current project issues, but it is certainly going to help you for future two-sided projects. You can't go wrong (unless you make changes to material size, drawing positions, etc. that would throw alignment out of kilter.)
If you do make major edits that throw out alignment, just delete the original alignment holes, make new ones and Copy or Move those to the other side as I described.
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on Fri Oct 27, 2017 11:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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