so for me it works anyway whether I use sqlite3:0 or sqlite3:base or sqlite3.dll:base it works. Just did load the sqlite3.dll extern into any loaded app. What about all those other modules you have loaded in your process? Are they all working to get the base via commandline? Maybe there is any issue to get the base via commandline like with Olly 1 & script command when the module X wasn't right loaded and set to access read (red marked in memory map). I'am still using version Apr 10 2020 x64. Just try a other version whether you get same issues or try loading the test modules like sqlite3 manually into any loaded app and check this again. I think there is just an access issue.
For some loaded modules, including the main executable, it simply return Unknown Command error, if I tried d prefix it's going to disassembler view but of a different module.
I wonder if loaded process cannot somehow mess with a debugger.
If you are only pasting that into the command bar then all it's going to do is set the status bar at the bottom of the window (where it shows the most recent log message) to the value.
You need to prefix it with a command if you want to do something with it, such as going to it in the disassembler view via: d sqlite3:base
You can find the full list of commands here: https://help.x64dbg.com/en/latest/commands/index.html
thanks for checking this out a little. So I tried two different portable versions (krita-x64-4.4.0 and krita-x64-5.1.1) trying to use the rotation function. In both I get different results.
1.) You have to press shift+space and then you see the circle arrows what means you can start to rotate now with the mouse. So the rotation does work so far on the first view but its not getting used on your image / layer and thats the problem.
2.) After you did rotate the image in free style mode (shift+space+mouse move) you need to click on the transformation icon (crtl+T) and now press right mouse button and you get a menu to see and below a command called apply and now it should work to save the image with the new rotation look. Somehow its not working in version 5.1.1, no idea why but at all to rotation handling is really done bad so why the heck I need to press transform icon and confirm it extra. Also here its not working always.
You can test this. Just rotate a image and after this click on the selection tool ctrl+R and make any selection and see how it look. If its not showing horizontally and showing in same degree angle like your image you did rotate then the rotation was not used / applied on your image / layer. Somehow really dumb. Not sure why its done so strange or maybe there is any better method to use the rotate function and keep it on fly etc.