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    So it’s obviously not fixed, and we all know it.

    While the cursor gets changes into the horizontal/vertical two-headed arrow, the center handles for the bounding box indeed don’t appear, if the width/height of the art (here just an orthogonal line) is small enough.

    Please continue to share you thought, screenshots, GIFs. It’s time to re-review this again.

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    Logan commented  · 

    The handle seems to appear when you zoom in to about 1200% and beyond (for very thin elements - a rectangle at 1/32", for instance) but used to be visible from any zoom level - which helps if you want to alter detailed art from a birds-eye view or extend a small element a larger distance than the zoomed in screen allows.

    But agreed, this change affects every file I make day to day at work and would be nice if it could be reverted to its original "always-visible" setting, no matter the size of the shape/line.

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