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Old 11-05-2004, 05:20
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Default Thank u Alex !How about my new design!

Thank u Alex :
It is my another design!
It creat by another Function!
but i have no idea to reduce it's notes.
I know you have the function to reduce the notes.
but I don't know.
by the way.do you have any example by using C++
dephi or other language to draw in corel draw?
I just need a very easy example to view.

here it is my design.
give some suggesting.
<four leaf>
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Default Re: Thank u Alex !How about my new design!


You can see an example of how to use Visual C++ to control CorelDRAW:


Also, the new design looks interesting. Though I don't think you can reduce nodes in it because you have a lot of very angled straight line segments. If you remove at least one node, you'll ruin the design. I really don't think how it can be simplified...

There is auto node reduction in CorelDRAW, but it works well with smooth curves with a lot of excessive nodes. It won't help you with this particular design...
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