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  1. There are two instances in particular where I need to be able to do this. First, I have a set of objects, that are in a line, that I need to rotate to an arbitrary/unknown angle. In the graphic below, I need to get the circles rotated around the bottom right corner such that their center point is on the dashed red line. Second, I layout designs to be cut on a laser cutter, so often I need to know the length of an arbitrary line(usually the diagonal of a rectangle), so that I can craft other parts to match them. To measure them, I rotate it to either 0 or 90 and take a look at the object properties. Yes I could use good ole pythagoras' theorem, but I'd rather not have to pop out of the program, if possible
  2. Is it possible to snap to points or objects when rotating an object?
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