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    G.A. Gonzalez commented  · 

    I know you guys are working on it, and I appreciate the communication you all have with the AI community. Was thinking about a possible solution which flies a bit against what the gentleman who responded to the question on the live chat said, regarding doing it properly and not using workarounds. That said...
    There are only a handful of tools that would need canvas rotation, as far as I can tell from my POV. Brush, blob brush and pencil come to mind. What if rotate canvas suspends all/most other functions once enabled. Leaving only the capabilities of said tools in a special edit mode, similar to drilling into a group or Isolate Selected Artwork. The underlying art that may contain problematic effects, etc becomes a static, non-modify-able image that’s there for reference only. Then snaps back to regular mode once rotate canvas is exited. I know I’m oversimplifying and chances are this has already been considered, but wanted to share. Best of luck, and can't wait for this feature!

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