Can't rotate around a chosen point

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I used to be able to rotate a layer or selection around a chosen point using transform. I'd hit Apple-T then when it was selected there was a rotation point in the very centre; I could drag this point to wherever I wanted it and rotate the selection around that point.

Now when I Apple-T there is no middle/rotation point.

Is this a loss of functionality in later released? Or am I doing something wrong? Is there a more modern way to do what I want?

Many thanks,

K.

 

Mac OS 10.14 | Photoshop 22.4.1

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LEGEND , Jun 03, 2021 Jun 03, 2021
Did you set your preferences to display it or  use the tool option bar to display the anchor point?

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Did you set your preferences to display it or  use the tool option bar to display the anchor point?

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That's it! Thanks,  JJMack.

 

I looked all over for that! With this darker interface, some icons are so subtly grey on a dark grey backgound I miss 'em.

 

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