Not sure if that´s a bug or owns some sense I didn´t understand:
I´m trying to build up some primitive human dummy base.
To do this, I try to keep combined elements (to separate them again using SelectConnected and pose them using the transform tool), as well as boolean unions.
Here, boolean union is used for muscles to bones, nop. Combine is used e.g for the lower part of the leg to pose it as a whole, while I want to do a finer posing by selection of connected surfaces (as e.g. the toes)
Now, when I rotate the combined elements as a whole, this combination isn´t treated as a whole, but each element is rotated around its own center separately. I would have expected that the combination would be rotated as a whole...
(BTW: Is there a way to "bool" a combined mesh to get a single mesh finally? Something like a total hull? - I tried the new Remesh and a zero offset extrusion of combined elements, but that leaves the different elements too . Or a way to split up a combination to bool it one by one?)