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Thanks, this works easily.

On 2016-02-29 17:25, Cley Faye wrote:
An alternative solution you might find useful is simply clicking twice on
an object. The "resize" handles will turn into "rotate" handles. From that
point you can rotate an object by clicking one of the corner handles, and
holding Shift will lock the rotation to 15° increments. This will be
relative to the object initial orientation.

So, if you have something at 5.4° and use this method, you can rotate it to
20.4°, 35.4°, 50.4°, etc.

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