CS4 Bug - Rotating jpg gets center stretched and size expanded.
What happens is I have a jpeg in a separate layer. I then shrink it to overlay on another layer. I begin to shrink and rotate it, and then at some point (seemingly a certain angle) during rotation the image's bounding box gets stretched like 500% or some gross number. How do I stop this from happening?
What else could I tell you to help you out?
I opened an SVG file. Then some jpegs. Then I try to resize the jpegs and rotate them and that's when the distort. It usually happens when they get real small, like 1/8 of their original size.
I've had this happen without working with SVG files. In fact, this is my first time working with SVG files.
Here is a zoomed out look at what's happening to the jpeg. You can see the bounding box is super stretched.
Well you can't resize and rotate in one step.. so there are steps missing in your description.
To properly file a bug and allow other users to confirm it is indeed a bug you need to clearly define exact steps which produce the unexpected behavior. This allows any other user to follow those exact steps and either confirm or deny the problem.
I have a bounding box showing around the jpeg. I click on the pointer tool (the black arrow) and start manipulating the corner boxes of the bounding box to scale or rotate. For rotating, I hover near the corners of the bounding box until the pointer turns into the curbed double ended arrow. Then I click and rotate.
The degree. A whole lot. We're talking anywhere between 500% to 1000%