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P: Moving two adjacent points of a a rotate rectangle shape does unexpected behavior

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Mentor ,
Nov 12, 2022 Nov 12, 2022

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Sometimes when I grab two corner anchor points of a rectangle shape and use the arrow keys to nudge them left or right, the entire shape flips horizontally instead. This has been happening for several Photoshop versions now. Currently running the latest on macOS.

 

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Adobe Employee , Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

I can reproduce the issue in the first two videos. It seems to be caused by tranforming the shape to rotate it 180º - then do the nudge of the points. I've asked engineering to take a look at that one.

 

On the second one, I'm trying to figure out what that shape is, what state it's in, and what you're doing to it. Might need you to share that file for deeper inspection.

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Mentor ,
Nov 12, 2022 Nov 12, 2022

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For that matter, here's what happens when I try to drag the anchor points with the Direct Selection tool:

 

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Mentor ,
Nov 19, 2022 Nov 19, 2022

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ADOBE, FIX THIS CRAP.

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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I can reproduce the issue in the first two videos. It seems to be caused by tranforming the shape to rotate it 180º - then do the nudge of the points. I've asked engineering to take a look at that one.

 

On the second one, I'm trying to figure out what that shape is, what state it's in, and what you're doing to it. Might need you to share that file for deeper inspection.


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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Figured out the second one. Looks like that happens when a shape is transformed to be rotated 90º.

 

Thanks for the reports!


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