nss-17 Posted April 22, 2017 Share Posted April 22, 2017 I am sorry if this has been mentioned before, but I couldn't find it. My question is -- What is the solution for this characteristic, and is this intentional or a "bug" that can be addressed? I frequently edit two photos at a time (coins, tokens, medals, etc.) One image is the front and the other is the back. These frequently need to be rotated in one direction or the other so that both images have the coin "upright" (and then combined into one image side by side). I load both images into Paint.NET. I use layers, rotate/zoom and roll/rotate the first of the two images (to let's say -20.00) using the first tool in the Rotate/Zoom dialog box. I click OK, and everything is fine, and I go about my business editing that first image. Now when I direct my attention to the second image, when I use layers, rotate/zoom, as soon as the Rotate/Zoom dialog box opens it rotates the second image automatically with the previous value (-20.00) which I don't want. Later, if I switch back to the first image, and re-open the Layers, rotate/zoom, it automatically rotates the image AGAIN with the last used value (which I don't want). I think once a rotate amount has been applied, it should not be applied to other images, or to the same image again just by opening Rotate / Zoom. I am using 4.0.16 (Final 4.16.6315.38530) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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