Photoshop CS6: Cropped and duplicated pixels on 90 degree layer rotation.

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Cropped and duplicated pixels on layer rotation.

1. Create a new 120x120px RGB document (seems reproducible in all channel bit depths and maybe other color modes).
2. Fill background white, if not white.
3. Make a new blank layer.
4. Select line tool, mode Pixels, Antialias off.
5. Draw vertical 1px wide, 120px high lines at the following X coordinates: red line at X = 20, green line at X = 40, blue line at X = 60.
6. Edit -> Transform -> Rotate, type 90 degrees in the angle box, or snap rotate 90 degrees clockwise using the transform handles.
7. Look good in the preview.
8. Click Enter or the Commit button.
9. OH MY GOD, THE RED LINE IS GONE AND THE BLUE LINE GOT DUPLICATED.

It doesn't matter if pixel snapping is on or off.

Product: CS6, 13.01, various operating systems.
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Oh, in Photoshop, by the way...