Photoshop: Allow for transformation of multiple layers around their own centers

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absolute and relative transformation for smart objects.
ie the allocation of 2 or more smart objects able to return them:
1. absolute (as sold out) - relative to the center of choice.
2. relative - relative to their centers.
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uri sobi

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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I like the idea in premise but I'd probably implement the UI in a different way.
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uri sobi

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this may be a switch. absolute / relative transformation. and control be untempered objects - for a group of selected objects.
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Chris Cox

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Um, you're not showing Smart Objects at all, just some vector/shape layers.

Could you clarify what you're asking for, and what you are trying to solve?
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uri sobi

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You may be fooled by more general frame transformation.
perhaps this method of transformation can be made for all types of layers.
it would be much better.
importantly - the transformation of several different layers of its own centers.
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Chris Cox

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You mean just transforming multiple layers, each around their own center?
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uri sobi

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Yes.)
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Jaroslav Bereza

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Competitive software.

Sometimes I think... Affinity can use this forum better than Adobe.
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eartho

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Super impressive, but that's their Illustrator equivalent, not Photoshop.
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Jaroslav Bereza

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It is, but it can also work with PSD and there are some similar things to Photoshop. I mean... yes it is equivalent to Illustator, but it is versatile.