I'm trying to draw a simple partial circle in CorelDraw. I'm using an old version (Essentials 2 - Came free with some tax software - says 2003 on the case). The problem is that it keeps on creating a sort of opposite curve when I try to extend the circle by portions of degrees at a high zoom. It's for laser-cutting, so I need it to be very accurate:
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The second problem (though I have a work-around) is that I have some measurements that are more precise than CorelDraw, and the rounding sometimes doesn't work very well. As a result, I prefer to zoom in and manually extend the line to match up with others so that I can have them intersect as an object. When I do this, I usually have to extend the line at both ends, so to save trouble, I just scroll up. The issue is that at high zooms, this takes a lot of scroll. For some reason, if I don't restore zoom to 100%, the entire drawing will mysteriously vanish. I can still select objects (lines), but they don't show up on the screen except for the normal bounding dots.
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I don't think I can make her pose without heavy sedation. The rendering doesn't have to be perfect, it just can't look like Oskar in drag.