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Why is it necessary to check a box in order to change a rotation center-point?
Please provide an example of when showing the rotation center-point is detrimental.
It not detrimental and you can set it to show by default it is a preference. Where did you see it described as detrimental if shown?
At some point the decision was made to hide it by default. I'm curious to know what that thought process was because it has led to a number of inqueries. Previously, when it was visible I never found it to be detrimental or a distraction.
This is a user Forum, so you are not really addressing Adobe here, even though some Adobe employees thankfully have been dropping by.