Please see the image. The 1st group on top has 3 objects with equal spacing between them. But not aligned vertically.
When I rotated each of them (anchor is in center of each object), the highlighted spacing becomes uneven. Which seemed a little surprising to me, as I've never tried such thing.
This doesn't happen when the objects are aligned vertically.
Is there any explanation for this? And how can I equalize the space without hit and trial?
EDIT: Maybe users are not understanding what output I need. I don't want to rotate the overall appearance of the collection of those 3 objects. I want to rotate them at their own place, with space between them same. See the 2nd part of image. The rotation is okay but the only thing is wrong is the ueven spacing between them. i.e., I want the 1st and 3rd solids to be vertically aligned at top.