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  1. Hi friends, I love to use the rotating tool. And find that it is really nice in Designer and Photo, but I miss, somehow, and really very much, a way to anchor the axis point where you can start rotating the shape and getting different effects with it As much as I am working with it, the anchor seems to be in the middle of the shape and so, if I wish to create, let´s say, a flower with the tear shape, for example, I cannot find a way to rotate it form the right place and that´s it in the little pointed corner of the tear. I have worked with quite simple vectorial brushes lid IDraw and Ink Pad and both have this possibility which is making me to create things much more easier. Am I missing something or should I wait for the future to have something like this in Affinity? Thanks a lot. Rosa
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