Yes about that...
I just downloaded the testversion of Valentina including the 'operation tools'. (to flip my drawing), after reading up on the forum more.
What I want to do:
The small piece of my pattern (the part that is along the foldline) flipped. To use the union tool in Detail-mode and have an "unfolded" patternpiece.
How I would like to get there:
Going into detail mode, click the piece, select a 'duplicate' option and then a 'flip' option. Done!
How it is possible with the testversion:
Go in drawing mode, hold the commandkey whilst selecting the points and curves I want to flip, click enter, click the two points I want to use as an axis. And then, after redrawing the lines between the points, I have the flipped version in draw mode. Great. But then the problem arrises that all the directions of the curves are also reversed. (not clockwise anymore), so I need to delete all the curves and redraw them in a clockwise direction to be able to make a pattern piece again.
This is quite a roundabout way?
The thing is, I'm not using the patterns to print on paper, otherwise I would just do the flipping manually (no problem~), I export the final patterns in .pdf to .ai and then directly lasercut them on the fabric.
Anyways, is it really that difficult to implement it in the Detail mode? Because I would think you just need to reverse the array of the points taken for the detail