On 11/19/15 6:20 AM, dave boland wrote:
Thanks all. If I make a suggestion to LO - add some more CAD abilities
to Draw such as higher precision. LOD is a very useful program, and
could be even more useful.
This is a always what happens to good software, be it FOSS, commercial,
shareware, whatever. Developers keep adding features until it becomes
bloated, buggy, and slow.
Then users complain about it being bloated, buggy, and slow.
If you need that type of precision for your project, maybe LO isn't the
My suggestion would be to try page layout software and a basic
CAD/drawing program. Do your drawing (I'm assuming you need to do more
than just a line) then input the drawing into the page layout software
where you'll have so much better options for layout than you ever will
FWIW, I've yet to see any word processing that has more than 2 decimal
places for spacing.
Also, if you want truly good looking text, use page layout software and
a quality font. I've yet to see a word processor that does kerning.
Word processors do character spacing, which is not the same. Document
processors do kerning, AFAIK.
Mac OS X 10.8.5
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