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  1. Whenever you try to flip multiple objects with the "Transform Objects Separately" enabled, they flip as a group and not as individual objects. I opened up a thread yesterday showing this behaviour in detail and looking for a workaround but I was wondering if this is a bug or if it's meant to be as it is. In my opinion since Flip is a transform tool I expected the objects to be flipped individually instead of as a group. That's why I consider it a bug but, again, I'm not 100% sure it is.
  2. Even with the "Transform Objects Separately" option enabled, if you flip multiple objects it does not do them all separately. It does them all together as a single group. Is this a bug and is there a way to flip multiple objects separately?
  3. If you have multiple elements selected and enable Transform Each, then use Flip, they're flipped as a whole, not as individual elements (it doesn't recognize the fact that Transform Each is ticked)
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