Hi there! I'm trying to create a basic cookie cutter in photoshop and I've run into a problem that just started last night. I've been making these cutters the SAME exact way for weeks now, and suddenly last evening it started moving the model and just not working as it had been.
I'm sure I've inadvertently muffed up a setting somewhere but I'm really a novice with photoshop and can't for the life of me figure out where I went wrong
After extruding my 2 layers (paths) and merging them into 1 3D design - I always select both layers ( cutter and base layer ) and rotate them -90 degrees to get them to lay flat on the surface. Now suddenly when I enter the -90 on the X it moves the entire model to the upper right corner instead of keeping it in the center of the window and sends it all out of whack.
Any ideas what I could possibly have done wrong? Screen shot attached to show where my model ends up after entering -90 on the X axis
ETA : I've removed the preferences files and started over from scratch and I'm still running into the same issues. I can not for the life of me figure out what I muffed up!
Your screenshot shows that it's still at 0 degrees in the X Rotation field. Is that where you entered the value?
This looks like a bug in the current version CC2017.1
Selecting both objects and entering -90 degrees rotates and moves the objects then the properties value goes back to 0. If you look at the individual objects the values do now show -90 degrees. This does not happen in previous versions (I also tried it in CC2015.5.2
You can get round it by grouping the 3D objects then rotate the group by selecting the group folder and entering -90 degrees in the properties window.
I will raise a bug report