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  1. Hi guys. I was recently working for one of my clients and we accidentally found out that power duplicate, or simply when I try to rotate objects or some curve around the circle, than the duplicated/rotated objects always miss the attachment points on the circle. I documented it in the screen recording down below. I am putting it in this Bug report thread because I couldn't find any solution for this. I even tried 360/X rotation instead of exact numbers, but it didn't help. Is there something I am missing here? I will be very glad for any help. Thanks. power duplicate.mov
  2. I understand there is a right dot you can grab and resize, but is there a way to resize using the transformation tool?
  3. Dear All, How can I precise transform (numeric) an object. I want to move my duplicated object lets say 1cm right, and then 2cm down? Does AD have this possibility at all? Can I do precise positioning of guides and objects? Thanks in advance, P.
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