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Hello,

how can I forget / reset the rotation of an object?
Once the object is rotated it remembers it's original 0° rotation, which is mostly useful.

E.g. if i rotate a shape in Publisher > convert to Picture Frame > Place an Image
… the placed image is also rotated.

Is there any way to rotate an object and afterwards reset it's rotation to 0°.

Thank you in advance!

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Hi Affiniter,
Welcome to Affinity Forums :)
You don't need to reset the rotation of the shape (now picture frame) to fix the image position. Double-click the image on canvas (to select it directly) then set the rotation field to 0 in the Transform panel.

On 8/21/2019 at 9:48 AM, Affiniter said:

Is there any way to rotate an object and afterwards reset it's rotation to 0°.

Create a larger object over it, select both and perform an intersect operation (menu Layer > Geometry > Intersect).

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On 8/21/2019 at 10:58 AM, MEB said:

Hi Affiniter,
Welcome to Affinity Forums :)
You don't need to reset the rotation of the shape (now picture frame) to fix the image position. Double-click the image on canvas (to select it directly) then set the rotation field to 0 in the Transform panel.

Crate a larger object over it, select both and perform an intersect operation (menu Layer > Geometry > Intersect).

Is that the only workaround in Affinity Designer as well?

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