I am using
Adobe Illustrator to rotate a triangular object.
I found that using the
Effect -> Distort and Transform -> Transform rotation works different than a standard rotation made possible during scaling.
To 'illustrate' this problem, I attached a picture below to show how the standard rotation transforms my triangle.
Notice how all sides of the triangle touch the circle, since it is a perfect triangle. Now when I standard rotate it, it still does this.
This makes perfect sense. Now when I use the
Effect -> Distort and Transform -> Transform tool, the rotation does something (to me) unexpected.
How come that the latter transform tool does not rotate according to the centroid? How to solve this?