I have a few blocks. When I try to replace them with a new block the orientation gets changed.
For example, when I try to replace the yellow marked block with the black color block, the orientation gets changed.
The block gets rotated like the following picture
I have attached the file herwith too.
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dear Na Maruf
the reason is, that your block-definitions do not match regarding insert-point and orientation of the L:
If i insert both Blocks at the origin i end up with this:
hope that helps - best -tom
(A) you have to redefine your block-instances, so they both match regarding insert-point and orientation.
insert both blocks at the same position as a test - they have to match the behaviour you want.
(B) If you insist on a “solution” - which is more a workaround for a mistake - you can define a nested block, (a block inside a block) that corrects the orientation / insert-Point.