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Rotate an object
- On the workspace, click an object.
- In the Rotation field, on the Inspector’s Transformation tab, type the rotation angle of the object. A positive value indicates a clockwise rotation; a negative value indicates a counter-clockwise rotation. Values that exceed 360 degrees are permitted, and indicate that the object is rotated more than one full rotation. For example, if an object has a rotation value of 0 in frame 1 and it makes two full clockwise turns over the course of an animation, its value in the final frame is 720.
- To change the point around which the object is rotated, in the Rotation Center fields, type the x-axis and y-axis coordinates of the object’s rotation center.
- To reset the rotation center to the center of the object, click Middle.
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