I might be missing something but when I test the following line:
The console returns -20. So if I try and apply this value to a Photoshop script.
The result is the image has rotated the wrong way.
Am I doing something wrong?
Other that brushing it off as an oddity of the Adobe programming team (and that should probably be "teams", Not On Speaking Terms with eachother):
Top line: you rotate the frame, holding the image. Bottom line: you rotate the image.
To check what I'm rotating I used the following:
this returned Image and to be sure I tried:
This returned Rectangle.
So is the top line rotating the image or the frame? Or do you mean that ID only workers with frames and is not an image editing package so even though it returns Image it's still just the frame holding the image?