Photoshop CC 2019: Ability to turn off "Auto-Commit" click when transforming

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please Adobe, allow us to turn off the new "Commit Click" feature when transforming. It is extremely annoying when rotating and transforming. it was also mentioned in some articles and publications online: Quote: "While this makes sense for text, it can be disconcerting when you’re rotating a layer, as you can now do so only when the cursor is close to a corner..."

please consider this!
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Posted 1 month ago

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Olivier MULLIE

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Yes, i agree !!!
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Kukurykus

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If toggle option was provided for all new features that needs it we had no new topics on this forum, while Photoshop team avoided uneeded work. That was so easy to do it this way, or at least make checkboxes in preferences.
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Olivier MULLIE

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I make a lot of shoots of fabrics. On the floor... So pictures are not always on the right angle. 

I make a clipping path with the pen tool and I run a script to have the fabric above a white layer with space around, and below a layer with a grid. It's to use liquify to correct the shape of fabric (the grid layer can be set visible above the fabric in liquify).

Before liquify, I make a fast general shape, then angle correction with transform. In full screen, I reduce the picture, so it's better to see the general shape. When I rotate the picture, I look at the picture, not at my cursor and...

BAM, game over... 

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I use scripts much and mostly work in Full Screen mode. I didn't try what laden m posted but it seems the feature is problematic. Didn't they learn anything from plenty of CC 2018 bugs?
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