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I don't understand what you mean. Try ctrl+shift+z, and use that rotate tool.

 

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If you wish to rotate a complete image, than you should use the Rotate image tools under the Image tab:

  • [*:1bf47] :RotateCW: Rotate 90° Clockwise (Ctrl+H)
    [*:1bf47] :RotateCCW: Rotate 90° Counter-Clockwise (Ctrl+G)
    [*:1bf47] :RotateCCW: Rotate 180°

If you wish to rotate a single layer, you should use the Rotate/Zoom tool located under the Layers tab:

  • [*:1bf47] :RotateZoom: Rotate/Zoom (Ctrl+Shift+Z)

You can also use the Move Selected Pixels tool to rotate a selection:

  1. [*:1bf47]Select the part of the image you wish to rotate
    [*:1bf47]Click on the Move Selected Pixels tool ( :MoveTool: )
    [*:1bf47]Right-click and drag a corner of your selection (hold shift to constrain the angle of rotation to 15° increments)

Learn more about the Image tab: {Link}

Learn more about the Rotate/Zoom tool: {Link}

Learn more about the Move Selected Pixels tool: {Link}

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