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Using Windows Photo Beta and having copied an area to a new pixel layer. Placing the Rotation Centre cursor in the desired spot on the new pixel layer and double clicking will not hold the rotation center in desired position, immediately returning to center of selection. This error is repeatable nad has only held for me twice in many attempts.

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As far as I know, this is the intended behavior, not a programming error. When the rotation center is visible, there should be a tiny blue dot on the layer's center if you select the target icon & begin to drag it. Double-clicking on the icon should reset it to that location. It will also snap to that location if you drag it very close to the dot.

 

The behavior is slightly different if there is an active pixel selection (the marching ants marquee) -- its center becomes the default for the reset.


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