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       The best method can't be done with these computers - I've tried LOs,
as well as others, only to be disappointed yet again;
          so my suggestion would be to draw what you have in mind,
             then scan this into your machine;
                 you'll then have what you've imagined.

       BTW - even expert cartoonists, as Disney's, have not been able to
find a machine to make drawings better than the artist;
          for proof, just compare Disney's animated films - the hand-drawn
ones are so superior to the computer robotic movements.

From: Albert Oszkó <>
Date: Tue, May 22, 2018 at 11:43 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] overlap(?) objects in draw
To: users <>

Hi all,

I've never used Draw up to now, but I got a task and thought I could do it
with that. I am reading and viewing tutorials but did not find the method
for the following: how to overlap, combine, or be it called something else,
two objects.

I mean for example: how can I draw a tube that is pushed into a ring. Ok, I
could do it by drawing two tubes, one is above, the other is below the
ring, but can it be done in a simpler and cleverer way?

Thanks: Albert

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