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  1. I would like to see the ability to set the Rotation Resolution in Preferences. My work in Affinity Photo on a PC requires matching elements from different image sources. I can select the Move Tool and rotate a layer with the mouse, but to get a precise alignment, I've tried the Rotation numeric entry in the Transform window. It's great to be able to click on the number and use the mouse wheel to change the value, but the 1 degree increments are not precise enough. I think the ability to select the decimal place resolution in Preferences of 1, 1.0 or 1.00 would be a great enhancement. Or, another possible enhancement would be to hold down a key while changing the Rotation value to temporarily increase the resolution. Example: Hold left arrow to decrease resolution, hold right arrow to increase. Thanks for your consideration!
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