Really simple but I can’t figure it out. All I want is to have a left view while drawing. When I google it, it seems everyone is referring to a left view for rendering purposes and where the lights and camera are. So images 1_Perpective, 2_Front & 3_Right are all as to be expected.
If I go to Set View and click on left view of Cplane (airplane icon), it gives me a front view that is rotated 90degrees. (see 6_AirplaneLeft, 4th IMAGE)
If I go to Set View and click on “Front View” it’ll give me a left view BUT relative to the Standard Cplane not the Cplane I’m currently using. (see 5_SetViewFront, 5th IMAGE)
If I go to a floating viewport then change it to Left (see 4_FloatingLeft, LAST IMAGE) (left view car icon) it shows (a) the rear view and (b) relative to the original Cplane of the drawing and NOT the Cplane I’m using (see the 2 blue arrows showing base lines)
Each time I change something above (a view) I first revert to the desired Cplane. Anyone know how to achieve this very simple task?