On Apr 30, 2008, at 7:09 PM, rygle wrote:
> I've realised that this is doing "union" on the stroke rather than
> to path" before erasing, even if the stroked object (circle for
> has no fill.
> 1. If I draw a circle, then erase, it fills a circle that had no
> fill, and
> the erase path has stroked edges with a white fill.
> 2. If I draw a circle with no fill, then convert stroke to path,
> then erase,
> it merely erases the circumference stroke, but doesn't change the
> inside of
> the circle, and the erase path is only visible where the
> circumference of
> the circle changed.
> This behaviour isn't necessarily bad, it just wasn't what I expected.
> Perhaps we need a switch that allows you to do one or the other?
It appears to be from the current state of calligraphy tool, or
Sounds like it's something to take care of overall with all settings.