Natalia
What does a word "smart" mean in a particular context? Hello! Could you please explain what a word "smart" means in the following sentence: "New objects: closed curves, smart arrows, freehand objects, rounded rectangles, regular polygons." Thank you very much!
Nov 7, 2019 7:13 AM
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In drawing, 'smart arrows' sometimes refers to stylized/non-standard arrows. That is, arrows that may be double-headed, curved (rather than straight) or have a different shape/design than what you would expect from a 'standard' arrow. I'm guessing this is what they mean here.
November 7, 2019
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