Photoshop: Transform Last Action

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Like Edit->Fade option fades the last action you did. There can be a Transform Last option which could transform Last action you did.

For example I made a brush stroke on a layer which already has some artwork. So transform last could easily transform my last brush stroke...
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Sandeep Thakur

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Chris Cox

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There is already a way to repeat a transform: Edit -> Transform -> Again.

But your comment about the brush stroke doesn't seem to fit with the rest of your request. Could you expand a little on what you're asking for?
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Ya, I know Transform Again.... But sometimes, I think Transform Last Action may be reasonable. Like I made a brush stroke. I found that stroke was perfect but should be smaller or rotated...

Putting Stroke in a different layer is a bit time consuming. So while drawing on existing layer, I could just transform the last action I did....

But this idea is kinda silly i think....
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OK, that helps explain what you meant.

Hmm, that is not generally possible, but could work in some cases (like brush strokes).
But yeah, I'm not sure how practical it is.