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Render Transform and Rotate Transfomr

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Hi everyone I want draw a polygon and aply the user rotatetransform and translate transform when KeyDown Handled, but I dont know why if i aply the rotate transfor and then the translate transform the Axis Y and axis X did change I use the follow code, the container is a Canvas:   Polygon PolygonView = new Polygon();p.Points.Add(  new Point(0, 0));p.Points.Add(  new Point(60, 0));p.Points.Add(  new Point(60, 40));p.Points.Add(  new Point((40) , 40));p.Points.Add(  new Point((40), Figure.HEIGHT));p.Points.Add(  new Point(0, 20));p.Fill =   new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Red);    private void UserControl_KeyDown(object sender, KeyEventArgs e) {    TranslateTransform tt = new TranslateTransform();   RotateTransform rt = new RotateTransform();      TransformGroup tg = new TransformGroup();   switch (e.Key) { case Key.Left: f.PosX -= 20; break; case Key.Right: f.PosX += 20; break; case Key.Down: f.PosY += 20; break; case Key.Up: rt.CenterX = f.PosX; rt.CenterY = f.PosY; rt.Angle += 90; break; } tt.X = f.PosX; tt.Y = f.PosY; PolygonView.RenderTransform = tg; } Some body help me please !!!! Thanks....."En Busqueda del con

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