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My image/canvas has tilted...

Explorer ,
Nov 12, 2017 Nov 12, 2017

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A rather odd problem arose yesterday.  I was trying to add a Motion Blur filter to an image. (Photoshop CC2018 - MacBook Pro Retina, 13-inch, Late 2013 Sierra 10.12.6 16G1036) Suddenly the image tilted about 30degs to the right. Nothing I could do would change this. There was no action in the History to undo.  Even stranger, when I tried to straighten it even the Guides come down at that angle.
Any ideas?

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LEGEND , Nov 12, 2017 Nov 12, 2017

Have you accidentally activated the Canvas Rotate button? It's switched on by pressing the 'R' key. Try pressing 'R' and then double click on the icon as marked and that should reset the orientation.

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Community Expert , Nov 12, 2017 Nov 12, 2017

Pressing esc also works to reset it.

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LEGEND ,
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Have you accidentally activated the Canvas Rotate button? It's switched on by pressing the 'R' key. Try pressing 'R' and then double click on the icon as marked and that should reset the orientation.

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Pressing esc also works to reset it.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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I had no clue "R" did that (never use it) so thanks for that first answer/lesson, but this "Esc" reponse for closing it is perfect. Thank you.

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Engaged ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Has this bug been around that long?   So I've done some testing because I'm tired of this problem.   I've used PS since V1.5 back in the early 90s.  This daft problem never happened before the outsourcing fast track coding.   I reported it as a bug and everyone keeps saying just hit 'escape' to reset it.    I've found that simply using the alt+scroll wheel will cause the view to rotate randomly at times.    THIS IS A BUG.    time to fix it adobe!

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