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Am I missing it? Numeric Scale?..

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39 minutes ago, Tupaia said:

One should be able to numerically rotate/shear/scale around that freely positionable origin

This also already works.

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42 minutes ago, Tupaia said:

To restore an object's original size then, you would need to remember all the scales you did in the meantime

No.

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41 minutes ago, Tupaia said:

To restore an object's original size then, you would need to remember all the scales you did in the meantime

 

2 minutes ago, Oval said:

No.

How so? If you have three objects and you scale one of them to 75%, another to 50% and the third to 60%, what can you do to restore the original sizes if you don’t remember the individual scaling used? :/


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20 minutes ago, Alfred said:

If you have three objects

Simply this: You say you have them. So you have the solution (by History or by re-importing them or by duplicating them before resizing). All Affinity users know: If you need the original sizes: Keep them, because Serif does not tell us the old sizes if you delete them.

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12 hours ago, Tupaia said:

please also think about adding a switch for the Transform Origin

This is already possible.

Click the (3x3) Anchor Point Selector a second time, and the Transform Center is selected and show.

One of Affinity's little hidden Easter eggs.


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47 minutes ago, Aammppaa said:

This is already possible.

Click the (3x3) Anchor Point Selector a second time, and the Transform Center is selected and show.

One of Affinity's little hidden Easter eggs.

You're right! Awesome, thanks!!

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