Hello, I am trying to substract two shapes. The subtraction results in the correct shape but the image (png file) inside the resulting shape is wrong, it’s rotated to its original position and it seems part of the “subtracting shape” is overlaid.
Shape A (“subtracting shape”) is a simple square. “Subtracted shape” is a png, rotated to 90.5° previously.
So I guess using a shape as a mask is the only solution. I wonder if it’s not a bug, the fact the image’s rotation “resets” after the subtraction… The rotation applied before the subtraction should stay.
It’s reproducible with any image, if you want to try: