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Chasys Draw IES Help:


Curve Tool
 

 

This tool enables you to draw smooth curves that join points on an image. It makes painting smooth, curvy objects extremely easy. Click the start point then move the mouse and click to set the curve. Right-click the end point to finish. Click and drag points to edit. Right-click again to apply.

The level variable controls the size of decorations such as arrow-heads.

Use the anti-alias mode to enable or disable anti-aliasing. When anti-aliasing is enabled (default); all drawing is done at the sub-pixel level to give you the highest quality results.

 

Options

Simple curve

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges.

 

Single Arrow

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges and one arrow-head.

 

Double Arrow

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges and two arrow-heads.

 

Single Ball

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges and one ball-end.

 

Double Ball

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges and two ball-ends.

 

Single square

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges and one square-end.

 

Double square

This option draws a simple curve with antialiased edges and two square-ends.

 

 

 

These are the Tool-box, Palette and Layers windows, respectively. For help on how to use them, consult the User Interface article.

 

 

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