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rotating in psp

Posted by reduc500 (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 10, 05 at 16:38

I was trying a tut and you put a star shape on layer one, duplicate it and then rotate the second layer free to the right 45. I tried it in both psp 7 & 8 and that sucker would only move a smidgen, certainly not 45. I had to use the deformation thingy to do it. Anyone have any ideas why it would turn right?
Judy


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RE: rotating in psp

Judy,
It may have rotated but matched up with it to where you couldn't see that it moved?
Try and rotate it to the right at 35 or 40 to see?
That's just a guess on my part as to what may have happened.
Do you have a copy of that star to post here for me to see and try to rotate?

~Urlee~


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RE: rotating in psp

Urlee- it doesn't matter what I set the number to this is all it moves.

Judy


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Mine rotates it whatever I choose.

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~Urlee~


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RE: rotating in psp

I had to use the deformation thing to do it. I rebooted thinking my memory might be low but nothing seemed to help. Weird.
Judy


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RE: rotating in psp

Judy, on the Free Rotate window be sure to....

Disabled: "All layers" .
Enable: "Rotate single layer around canvas center"

Joy


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RE: rotating in psp

Joy- I had already tried that and it turns out the same as in the picture I posted above. I did try it with one of the star shapes that had five points and it rotated that one but it is off center. Something is weird!
Judy


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Judy I think it's a PSP thing. I had to rotate it twice to get it to look right.
HUGS

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