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  1. When I click the rotate cross hair button bar so that I can pick a point to rotate my selection, it shows up way off the document out in gray space sometimes way, way out in space. When I try to move it back onto the page it moves with the select tool however when I let it go it bounces off the document again in another spot. This happened in V1 and I remember reading how to fix it but I can't find where it was I read it. I really hate bother you guys with so many problems and I do search for answers Affinity help, this site and the google before I annoy you. I may not be wording my questions correctly. I do appreciate all your help though.
  2. 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!
  3. When enabling "Enable Transform Origin" from the context toolbar when using the Move Tool, the centerpoint of the object jumps around when creating new selections (often times right off the edge of the canvas/artboard), instead of defaulting back to the centre of the new selections. Basically if you create a new selection, the origin point should always be set back to the centre of the new selection. A bit tricky to explain, but hopefully that makes sense - let me know if I need to elaborate more.
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