The identified view being what you're seeing when you're looking from YOUR left-hand side as if the model were sitting on the desk in front of you, because the model's chirality is arbitrary. You've determined which way it's facing and which side of it is its RH and LH, not TC, but how would you describe a sphere? Does everybody else orient their drawings the way that you do, and think of them in your terms? In terms of standards, perhaps the views should be identified as 1st angle, 3rd angle, whatever, but I suspect that would confuse more users than it would enlighten. Ortho views are often defined in other apps as coordinate views, like 0,0,1 for plan view, 0,0,-1 for a bottom view, TC's LH view would be -1,0,0 because you're looking towards 0,0,0, from the negative side of the x axis.