On Tue, 01 Nov 2005 00:20:26 +0100, lcdpublishing
> Okay good! The reason I am using the copper legends for text etc.
> is that my PCB layout software can't mirror image the text for the
> silk screen information. To work around this I have two options,
> either print it normal, scan it back into the computer as an image
> and mirror that and print again.
> Use "copper lables" which can be mirror imaged - it's goofy.
that's too bad. But there's another option. Install a "fake" printer, like
cutepdf, that creates a windows printer that really sends stuff to a pdf
file, of which you can copy it out and mirror.
There's plenty of "fake printers" for different formats, and probably the
easiest method is installing any windows printer that understands post
script (newer lasers) and check "print to file". The output is a normal
postscript file many image editing programs can open.
I would be angry with the pcb software maker, no mirror is silly.
Oh, if you can use windows fonts, you could always edit one to look
reversed, but you need type reversed then too ;-)