It turns out that none of the seven (!) online photo editing tools I tried can perform this simple operation. And not to mention preserving transparency on the image.
Also while I am at it, it seems they all have a very serious issue with the business model. They are all free but then rotate ads as you work instead.
Which is totally counter-productive and annoying for the user, who is already annoyed buy the lack of basic operations like copy and paste.
Honestly, just make a worthy tool, with a small price tag and watch the money roll in.
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