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And, of course, rotations can be applied, either to a grouped circle, or by selecting all of its ungrouped components.

(I find some of these rotations quite interesting and useful - expressive of processes like convergence, dispersal etc ).

Here are rotations, at 30 intervals, first of a whole grouped 6-part circle, and then of all its ungrouped components, selected and rotated together.

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Last edited by RobTrew; 2012-02-23 at 12:25 AM..