4 Replies Latest reply on Apr 5, 2013 1:02 PM by mctenold

    Center point of a circle different than the center point of a polygon?


      In Photoshop/Illustrator, when I create a polygon, and rotate it around it's center point it wobbles. When I scribe it inside of a perfect circle, and rotate it around the circle's center point it rotates smoothly. Basically proving that (at least according to these Adobe products) that the center point of a circle is different than the center point of a polygon scribed inside of it.

      An image to help – the dots in the center are the corresponding center points according to Adobe:http://i.imgur.com/Yh1yTsL.png

      This is incorrect according to basic math. Is Adobe aware of this bug?