Your explanation is perfect, basically with an eyeone you are reading the clumns (row) in numerical order from bottom to top starting on row 1 and continuing to row 11, correct? Please confirm.
I was using my iO table as opposed to the Eyeone, which I have no problem using manually. And no, I do not have any issues reading it, but the Measure tool shows the row 1 (with the reference file loaded) as being on the top and row 11 being on the bottom. This makes perfect sense if you are using the method for the Eyeone as heslerb described as above. However, if you are using an iO and take the measurement points as you usually do in the TL, LL and LR corners respectfully, then I would assum then the measurment would be wrong. You would actually have to take differenet reference points for it to work, no?
Again, the point is mute if you are using the Eyeone manually, and it is a small chart (I do not mean to sound spoiled, but if I have the technology why not use it?). But if you are using the iO table and use the usual reference points, I would assume you would run into issues.
Can you guys confirm?