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Custom view using xml code

Custom view using xml code

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Hello,

I would want to create a custom view where isometric view is modified so that the part is rotated 38 degrees around global y axis
(please see the attached image).
I found the following code but don't know how to modify it to achieve the above mentioned view.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?>
<ModelViewsManager>
<ModelView Name="View 1">
<RotCenterX>0</RotCenterX>
<RotCenterY>0</RotCenterY>
<RotCenterZ>0</RotCenterZ>
<RotCenterNum>0</RotCenterNum>
<LocX>0.225756011485721</LocX>
<LocY>0.100000001490116</LocY>
<LocZ>1.25000001862645E-02</LocZ>
<UpVX>0</UpVX>
<UpVY>1</UpVY>
<UpVZ>0</UpVZ>
<ZoomF>0.996153846153846</ZoomF>
<Angle>55</Angle>
<ZoomSX>4.81482486096809E-34</ZoomSX>
<ZoomSY>2.10648587667354E-35</ZoomSY>
<FocX>1.25000001862645E-02</FocX>
<FocY>0.100000001490116</FocY>
<FocZ>1.25000001862645E-02</FocZ>
<ViewX>1</ViewX>
<ViewY>0</ViewY>
<ViewZ>0</ViewZ>
<RotAngle>1.4787793334711E-06</RotAngle>
<ZoomDistance>0.110587073477768</ZoomDistance>
</ModelView>
</ModelViewsManager>

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance

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