DrawBerry 0.8

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A useful application that enables you to create amazing drawings
3.3 
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DrawBerry is a useful application that enables you to create amazing drawings to use in your presentations, album covers, posters and many other; you will be able to add images, text content, geometrical shapes and build original and professional looking drawings.

The interface user-friendly and fully customizable; you can add/remove components, choose another measuring unit (centimeters, points, inches, picas), etc.
You will have access to a wide variety of efficient tools to help you create beautiful art pieces with just a few clicks; you can integrate images onto your drawing, write down texts with any desired font and style, draw geometrical shapes and many others.
The program also comes with a handy magnifying glass that allows you to take a better look at the alterations you made to your drawing. Additionally, you can use the spell checker to verify if the written text is grammatically correct.

Therefore, if you are looking for a powerful tool to create impressing drawings, you should give DrawBerry a try as it offers you all the tools you need to accomplish that.

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Pros

  • Magnifying glass tool
  • History editing
  • Guided drawing
  • User-friendly interface
  • Wide variety of tools
  • Built-in spell checker

Cons

  • Fails to load projects sometimes

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I'm looking for any basic tutorials or how-to for Geodes. It seems really cool, but I'm having trouble in getting anything to work. For example, I want to draw intersecting lines and then measure the angles in result. I drew the lines, then clicked on measure> angles and it said "select three points..."
I can only seem to select one point at a time. I'm sure I'm missing something really basic! Any help or direction you can offer would be wonderful.

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