Updated April 5 2022 (with the release of version 15.2.0).
The previous malfunctioning has now been fixed, and some of the limitations have been removed (the visibility of lines and adjustment points has been improved; default vertical keystone amount has been changed to 100; auto-keystone has been added). Though the most acute limitation, the lack of independent adjustment points – see 1) below – is yet to be addressed.
This is an attempt to summarize in one place the requested features for a new, or at least thoroughly improved, keystone tool.
1) Independent horizontal and vertical adjustment points (four independent lines, rather than four lines locked in a four-sided figure; eight adjustment points in all). (See this, this, this and this.)
2) The option to only place three lines (six adjustment points). This would be useful in a cases where one of the axes only has one line you can use for alignment. (See this topic)
3) Retain adjustment point positions after the application is closed (see this).
4) Loupe showing the exact position of adjustment points while you drag and place them.
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And something that needs to be improved in the new auto-keystone function: unnecessary cropping.
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