Photoshop: Golden Spiral Overlay Rotation is Not Working on macOS

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Just updated to PS 2020 and went to use crop tool with golden spiral overlay and tried to roatate on Mac using shift+O and overlay will not rotate.  Any ideas on how to make it work again?
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Yves Crausaz

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The similar for me, macOS 10.14.6, no possibility to define the combination of key!

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Thanks. I'll have engineering investigate.
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same here, when it will be fixed?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop 2020 Crop Tool Cycle Orientation Not Working.

I run Photoshop on MacOS Mojave. After upgraded to PS 2020, I found that Shift 'O' in Crop Tool has no effect. Clicking "Cycle Orientation" no effect too.
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Same problem here on Windows 10 version of PS 2020 - neither clicking "Cycle Orientation" or using the Shift+O keyboard shortcut works anymore.
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Same with me, Windows 10.
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Cycle Orientation not only failed in Golden Spiral Overlay. It is also failed in Golden Triangle Overlay. The other overlays in Crop Tool not required Cycle Orientation.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Overlays for Crop Tool.

The Overlays for Crop Tool will not cycle orientation when using Shift+O or with the menu in Photoshop 21.0.1. This has been tested in Windows 10 and on a Mac.

Jane Edwards


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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled crop tool overlay rotation issue.

In Photoshop v 21.0.1 the crop tool overlays do not change orientation using Shift + o as they did in previous versions e.g CC2019.

To replicate
Use the crop tool
Use the o key to cycle through the overlays and get the spiral overlay
Use Shift +o

The orientation of the spiral overlay should change - it does not in V21.0.1


Dave
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Same here Windows 10
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Basically "Shift O" is not working.    When can it be fixed?   Thanks
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It should be fixed in our next update. I can't give a specific date. If this issue is blocking you, you can install the prior version until the update is released: https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/using/install-previous-version.html
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I also have this problem with: Adobe Photoshop Version: 21.0.1 20191106.r.47 2019/11/06: 3152b481f18  x64PS
Running Windows 10: Version 1903 (OS Build 18362.476)

Any news on when this will be fixed?

Thanks

Colin
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Freistellungswerkzeug funktioniert der Shortcut "Umschalt + O" nicht zum Umschalt....

Im Freistellungswerkzeug funktioniert der Shortcut "Umschalt + O" nicht zum Umschalten der Freistellungshilfen "Goldenes Dreieck" oder "Goldene Spirale"
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I have just found this problem as well with PS 2020.  Using a PC with windows v10.  Shift o doesn't rotate the spiral.  
Love to have some communication of when a fix will be available to users.
Thank you
Gail.
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David Richardson

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Issue appears to be fixed in v 21.0.2 released today
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The source point offset still becomes locked after the overlay is rotated or changed in any way. It moves with the movement of the overlay and stays relative to where it was when the change was made instead of staying fixed at where is was taken
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macOS 10.15.2 + PA 21.0.2 OK
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Official Response
This issue should be fixed in the 21.0.2 update that was released yesterday.
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Adolf Beck

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Thank you so much! I installed the update yesterday. It is still working correct!!
Best regards from Germany
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Thanks, it works now. :-)