Move Transform Origin
Sometimes you want to rotate or scale your layer from a point other than the center. Today, we’re adding the ability to adjust your Transform Origin (aka “Anchor Point”) on any of your layers.
To move the transform origin:
Select a layer
Enter Transform Origin Mode
On the Transform section of the Inspector, click the crosshairs icon button in the top right.
Adjust the Transform Origin
Drag the transform origin anywhere on the canvas
OR adjust the transform origin
x, ycoordinates using the inputs on the inspector
Click Done to exit Transform Origin mode and save
While in Transform Origin Mode, layers will be locked, so you can be sure to only move the Transform Origin.
To learn more about Transform origin, refer to our help article on Moving transform origin.
Improvements & Fixes
Selecting all layers (
Akeyboard shortcut), is now contextual to the grouping of the selected layer. If you select a child of a group and select all layers, only the children of the group will be selected. Previously, this selected all top-level layers.
Fixed issues with reordering layers on the Timeline layer list. Now dragging to reorder layers should work as-expected.
Fixed an issue with dragging to reorder variables on the Variables panel.
Fixed an issue that caused locked or hidden layers to be selectable on the canvas. Now hidden layers can only be selected on the Timeline, and locked layers cannot be selected.
When adjusting the canvas position of layers with arrow keys, the Timeline will no longer scroll up and down.
Fixed a crashing error when copy/pasting keyframes.