I drew a circle in Moncha Draw using the circle tool. I then exported it to ILDA. I then loaded it into Moncha. But, it was no longer a circle! One of the segments of the circle was missing so it wasn’t a complete cirtcle. It looked like a “C”.
I don’t know if this is really a bug, but I give it a try.
It possible to (accidently) drag or place points outside of the drawing area, making them impossible to reach. The only way to get them vissible is to move the entire object.
I don’t know how the rest of the software deals with negative coordinates.
Maybe there should be a warning popup like “you are about to place points outside the visible area, are you sure?”
What is the point of the gray rectangle? Why not expand the drawable area to the entire screen so that the drawin can be bigger for people with bad eyes? Why waste all of that surrounding video real estate?