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I have seen some issues with the Transform origin that were cured in AD 1724. I am running AD 1790 on a mac 27" 2020 with Ventura. I find that if I select one layer I can accurately position the origin. But if I select more than one layer the origin does not remain where it is dropped. It ends up jumping down and to the left of the drop point. Attached is a video and the test AD file. TransformOrigin3.mov Temp 1.afdesign
Hi (from a beginner) Context: I want to rotate of a few degrees a part of raster image 1- I "rectangular select" the part of the image I want to rotate. 2- I select the "move" tool. The corresponding settings appear in the top horizontal "setting bar", especially the "Enable transform origin" 3- I click the "Enable transform origin" and the button becomes grey as expected. The bug (my bug or photo bug?): Very often (i.e., not systematically! See exceptions below) the small icon "+ within circle" appears nowhere within the image and it is thus impossible to set the origin of the trenaformation. Whatever I unselect and redo steps 1 to 3, I disable and re-enable the "trasnform origin", the "+ within circle" does not appear. NB: I have even placed a horizontal and a vertical guide to locate the middle of the selected rectangle where the "+ within circle" should appear at first, and it is lacking! My eyes are thus not faulty, I guess… Exceptions: — After launch of Photo the "enable tarnsform origin" is always working properly at first use. I use this trick to recover the "transform origin" by storing my file, quiting Photo, and restarting Photo. But this is time consuming! — If, after unsuccesful attempts to enable transformation origin, I decide to make some other operations (Paint brush, clone brush, persepctive tool…), and then I come back to steps 1-3 above, sometimes (not always!) the "+ within circle" origin is again available! However the availabilty seems to take place at random… Suggestion: I think that the "transform origin" should be enabled by default (not disabled by default!). I even consider that it should be always enabled: who would really needs to disable this origin? If I remember well, it is always enabled in Photoshop… Final Remark: sorry for my Frenglish… Have a good week-end!