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How do I make application rotate 45 degrees


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Hi,

Would like to be able to make an application (1) to rotate at horizontal angle of 45 degrees, then keep there, open another (2) then use at the side of (1), then rotate (1) back to normal view.

Any ideas of how to achieve would be most welcome.
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Maybe it would help to give a scenario... and 45 degrees is an angle. 90 degrees would be laying on its side. I'm confused at what you're asking.

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