Hello,

As you can see in the following images:

1.PNG (gyazo.com)

2.PNG (gyazo.com)

the corners of the triangle flip when the shape is rotated. This is explained with this:

Basically, the index of the corner switches depending on which point has the highest value in y-axis.

How can I work around this? I need to fix the points so that they’re unchanged even when rotated.

The code I used to extract those coordinates is:

```
p2 = cv2.arcLength(cnt, True)
# appr contains the 4 points
appr = cv2.approxPolyDP(cnt, 0.02 * p2, True)
appr = sorted(appr, key=lambda c: c[0][0])
# pa = top left point, pb = bottom left point
pa, pb = sorted(appr[:2], key=lambda c: c[0][1])
# pc = top right point, pd = bottom right point
pc = sorted(appr[2:], key=lambda c: c[0][1])
# The points are x, y in list of list [[x, y]]
xa = pa[0][0]
ya = pa[0][1]
xb = pb[0][0]
yb = pb[0][1]
xc = pc[0][0][0]
yc = pc[0][0][1]
```