Feature request #19245
snapping on hover when we want to rotate features depending a specific anchor point
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One of usefull evolution for the rotate feature's function in qgis would be to snapp on hover on the anchor point that we want.
On my exemple : I want to rotate a segment with the anchor point on the end of the segment.
So I have to Use Rotate Feature(s) to rotate one or multiple features in the map canvas. Press the rotateFeature Rotate Feature(s) icon and then click on the feature to rotate. Either click on the map to place the rotated feature or enter an angle in the user input widget.
If you enable the map tool with feature(s) selected, its (their) centroid appears and will be the rotation anchor point. If you want to move the anchor point, hold the Ctrl button and click on the map to place it. (in this manipulation, i can't snapp my mouse pointers on the end of my segment, I have to manually zoom in on it and approximatively clickin on it).
This evolution can take part in a multiples action in QGIS, ... we can imagine if a computer key would be affiliated as the snapping function. When we press on it, we could snapp on all summits and segments presents on our project.
What do you think about this evolution ?