I just upgraded and found myself doing some head-scratching on the labels as well. Is that the ‘hinge’ of the top cover, or the hinge of the resin tray peel assembly? (Either way I couldn’t quite tell what it’s trying to tell me…) Seems to me that the ‘front’ is where the button is and the resin tray hinge would be on the ‘left’ and the top cover hinge would be in the ‘back’. Is it supposed to be a view of the bottom of the build platform looking up at it?
Seems more natural to me to orient the ‘front’ of the display towards the bottom of the screen so that it mimics the more typical orientation of the printer on a desk. (cables out the rear, button facing the operator?)
Maybe some SolidWorks eDrawing-like animated transitions between views would be helpful for beginners (or occasional users) to visualize what the different orientations depict. (or a little Form1 off in the corner that shows the ‘real world’ orientation of the view at the same time, or just a transparent build platform rendered along with the layout grid and parts…)
But thanks for adding another user suggestion-- no good deed goes unpunished.