Can you clarify what you mean by "object"? A Smart Object? A Shape? or a pixel layer? or something else?
Just a pixel layer:) Say for example I have an image on a background layer...I then trace a path around with the pen tool...save the path. I then convert the path to a selection and "CMD-J" to bring the outlined/cut-out image onto a separate layer. I then would like to be able to transform that path as well as the pixels on the layer.
Hmmm...maybe if I somehow convert that path into a shape layer? and then transform the two layers (the pixel layer and the shape layer)...
Transform the layer then target the path and do "Edit > Transform Path > Again". If you perform multiple transformations on the layer, then each time you commit and exit transform mode, remember to do the "Transform Path > Again" to keep the layer and path synchronised.
PERFECT:)) Yup. I feel like kicking myself...LOL
That is exactly what I needed to know:) Thank you so very much Conroy!
A very blessed and wonderful Thanksgiving to both of you!
Thank you and I return the wishes for a happy Thanksgiving!
Okay...I found another way as well... suddenly it all started coming to me in the last few minutes:)
Once the image is on it's own layer, then we can select the path and then make a vector mask by going to "Layer>Vector Mask>Current Path". Once the vector mask is created, simply click on the image icon on it's layer, then transform away to your heart's content, and the path is transformed along with it. Once finished, the path for the vector mask can be saved as usual. (Don't click on the vector mask icon when transforming the image, otherwise only the path will be transformed.)
Yep, that's a good solution.