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AndreasFurster

Resize curve without the containing image

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(On Windows Beta)

 

Hi,

 

Is it possible to scale a curve without the containing image?

 

For example:

I've a rectangle with an image as sub-layer. So I use the rectangle as cropping. (Because I needed to rotate the image).

If I scale the rectangle, the image is scaled with it. Is there a way to prevent this (like cropping does)?

 

Thanks,

Andreas Furster

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I think you need to familiarize yourself with the 'Lock Children' feature.

 


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I think 'lock children' should always lock child layers of the selected layer, even if that selected layer is a child of another layer.


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