Too much imagination, then.
Thanks! That’s solved my problem.
Definitively, yes. I think that some difference like “Snap to elements” and “Snap to points” could be positive.
That’s difficult one, every single vector program I worked with have different rules using their specific tools.
And also, almost every single pro in design / animation / web sector will complaint the first time they use that tools.
If you ask in comparison with Affinity Designer, something that annoys me is that when you don’t use the stroke it’s still there. That’s something that works pretty diferent that usual vector programs, in what you can have a stroke or no, and you can choose stroke alignment: inside, outside or centered. Now it’s working like a outside stroke, even when you are not using one.
Other thing that, first time, surprised me is that you are drawing with fill colour selected by default. Happens that Hype don’t have a fill / stroke mode changer, like Designer, Illustrator or Photoshop. Or a without colour swatch easy to select, that’s obscured as an option under a select input.
The last one is, if you change dimensions the stroke mantain their width. If you scale the stroke changes their width. What if I want to scale but without changing the stroke width. Maybe is not the best example, but it also apply to effects like shadows.
I would need to work with the vector tool at Hype a little more to found more things to compare.
I took some screenshots related to what we are talking.
- Mode changer fill / stroke