If you manually routed a 'stairstep' trace from point A to point B
a routine could then skew the segments from 0/270 to 350/260, yes.
Your path is now slightly shorter, which might cause other concerns.
Naturally, more-complex paths would require more-complex code to achieve the goal. Something like a semicircle
would require 'breaking' the vertical segment at the midpoint to yield two smaller segments that can
be skewed, one tilted backwards the other forwards.
Or maybe we're overcomplicating the problem? If you are routing these special traces manually why not
simply turn Routing Angle to 'OFF'
In closing, a routine could be crafted to help you but its complexity would be in direct proportion to the
complexity of your requirements and would definately require some fine-tuning - this is not something one
cound crack out in a few hours.
local Cadence guru
PS - anyone know of a position for a(nother) Cadence guru?
PSS - apologies for crude ASCII art
Originally posted in cdnusers.org by kerchunk