Re-creating a fresh new image using the newer branch was brilliant. Sometimes older documents that have
"been around the block a few times" get a lot of inexplicable weirdnesses.
I have only made a few drawings, and fairly simple ones at that. So
starting over is not hard. However, it was a jolt to receive a batch of
printed potting shells with the image scaled incorrectly. Fortunately,
not enough to be unusable. I hope there aren't other users out there
that have many drawings that will need to be done over.
OpenOffice had a problem (bug #114901) a couple of years ago where it
started mishandling Adobe Type 1 fonts. The simpler solution was to
convert them to TrueType fonts. I can't even find that bug now. And so
Even though Draw is a fairly simple program, it has the ability to
expand or condense the spacing between characters, and pair kerning. I
condensed the spacing with the "990" part of the drawing for a tighter
look. DesignCAD 3D Max V21 cannot do that.
I will verify future drawings before submitting them for production.
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