Is your file CRS in degrees and your triangle made to 3 points? If so, make
the file in a layer that uses a CRS that uses meter, like a UTM zone 18, then
densify the geometry. This will add points along the line of the triangle.
There is a tool for that. Make sure the project CRS is the same as your file
> Le 11 nov. 2016 à 20:14, Thomas Stanley-Jones [via OSGeo.org]
> <ml-node+s1560n5295407...@n6.nabble.com> a écrit :
> In QGIS 2.18.0, when I rotate a rectangle, the shape changes. If it's a
> horizontal rectangle, when it's rotated vertical, the width is cut in
> half and it's twice as long. When it's rotated to an angle in between
> horizontal or vertical, the shape changes to a parellelogram. But if I
> rotate it to it's original position, the shape returns to normal.
> Something is wrong with the math in this tool (Rotate Feature(s)).
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