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With the latest beta of Affinity Publisher I have a strange behavior of the point of origin of the transformations. The video I am attaching is a bit long because it doesn't seem to me that it is a problem that occurs according to a precise logic. Thank you Fabio Registrazione schermo 2023-02-27 alle 14.51.16.mov
I've already seen other bug reports about the transform origin (so I think this is related and you already know), but none on Windows or reporting specifically this. I've met this bug both on Photo and Publisher. Right after resizing an object (be it a vector shape, a pixel layer or a placed image), the transform origin starts to be affected by a fixed offset that makes impossible to put it where you need. I can't screen record my pc now, but it's really that easy to reproduce. To workaround it you need to unselect and reselect the object again. Then the origin point starts to behave properly until a new resize will make it go crazy again. Affinity 2.0.4 on a Windows 10 machine
In short... I create a line using Pen tool and convert both ends to smooth nodes (open curve) in Context Toolbar. Then I flip horizontal in Layer > Transform. The transform anchor point goes awry from that point. (no pun intended) 230215_smudgy-anchor-points.afdesign Video (No audio) 23.02.15_01-19-05-PM_NV12_1920x1080.mp4