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Illustrator Tutorial: How to Rotate Randomly Located Objects at a Certain Angle (Work with Group)

posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Freebies / Free Scripts/ Comments: 0

Recently we showed you how to rotate randomly located objects at a certain angle in Adobe Illustrator. But unfortunately, we didn’t have an opportunity to apply the PathRotateAsTop script to the grouped objects. The author of this script, the famous designer, the creator of the free Mesh Tormentor plug-in Iaroslav Tabachkovsky, developed a script that can be applied to the groups of objects. Today I present you the free RotateAsTop script.

To download the RotateAsTop script and to read the instructions for installing it, use this link (How to Rotate Randomly Located Objects at a Certain Angle in Adobe Illustrator).

Now we have an opportunity to apply the script both to the grouped objects as well as to the separate paths. Here is an example of the work of the script with the grouped objects. There are some grouped vector objects located and rotated randomly.

Select all the groups and apply the RotateAsTop script. All the groups rotated the same as the upper group of the layer.

To download the RotateAsTop script and to read the instructions for installing it, use this link (How to Rotate Randomly Located Objects at a Certain Angle in Adobe Illustrator).

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