Today's update fixes a problem that would prevent the new ruler offset data from being saved correctly when using the Save As feature to save your configuration to a new preset.
I've also fixed a bug that could make the preset toolbar out of sync after deleting a preset.
With today's update, you can (finally) save the center of your rulers in your current Photoshop document to LNP presets! This will help you quickly resume your perspective work between sessions.
All you have to do is save the preset after setting the center position. If you then accidentally move the center to somewhere you don't want, you can use the Discard Changes button to reload the preset and its saved center position. If you are working on different perspective scenes, simply save and load separate presets.
If you load a Photoshop document while LNP is already open, LNP will receive the default center position for this document. Save the preset if you want to work with this center position, otherwise discard the changes to reload the preset center. The Reset Center shortcut and new UI button will now set the ruler center position to your current Photoshop document's center. (With other apps, the center of the screen will be used instead.)
Also in today's update, the line and shape configuration of rulers without explicit UI parameters, such as the Perspective Ellipse, Cubic and Quadratic Bezier, and Vanishing Lines rulers are now also saved with the preset. I've also added handles for the vanishing points in the Vanishing Lines ruler (in case you want to place them directly instead of using the two setup lines), and a center handle to move or slide all the vanishing points together.
This update also adds new interaction modes to the Bezier rulers. You can now slide the curve along its tangents by dragging the outer handles while holding ctrl+shift, or slide the shape horizontally/vertically with the center handle.