I've just started using Photoshop 2020 and now every time I use the rotate tool Photoshop automatically move my image from where I had it positioned, meaning if you are zoomed in, the section you were working on in nolonger visible. This means every time you rotate the canvas you have to pan back to the area of canvas you wanted to be working on.
Has anyone else come across this?
Is it a know bug? Or is this a helpful new feature! 😂 And if so how do I get rid of it!
After it behaving this way all of yesterday and this morning, as soon as I returned to working after writing the above post, the issue dissappread! 🤣
I can only assume that the threat of the Adobe community condeming it's behaviour Photoshop decided to clean up it act. Only reasonable explanaiton.
So, I'm afraid if you're having the same issue I can't offer any advice other than give it a bit of time!
I started getting this too. Any fix available? Very frustrating
I'm having the exact same issue. I tried reseting the preferences and it fixed the issue momentarily. After a few hours of using the program it returned. Can't get rid of it.
Preferences>Tools> Click Overscroll on. Stopped problem for me.
Thanks!!! Worked for me too!
This is the answer - worked for me after weeks of this issue and I use photoshop 8+ hours a day. Reinstalling older versions and all that... this fixed it. Thank you sir!!