Discussion in 'Software' started by chx1975, Nov 6, 2018.
As I asked at https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/q/53031/102
The original program which did this was FutureWave SmartSketch --- this got animation features added to it and became Flash.
Corel's Grafigo was the cool program with this feature back when Tablet PC Edition first launched. V1 was free, and Corel still has a page up on it: https://www.corel.com/content/flash/grafigo2/tour/GRAFIGO2_web.html
but it's moribund.
Saltire SketchRight was a good program marketed towards architects and interior designers which worked quite well.
I believe Grapholite might work as you describe.
I posted this some time back:
ritePen has a toggle, when on it recognizes squares, rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, circles, ellipses, lines, arrows (those are the shapes I am sure of) and makes them perfect. Draw a line and it is straightened; add an arrow point to one end and they are joined. Really slick. Unfortunately, Evernote bought ritePen and eventually discontinued it. I have no idea if they incorporated this feature into their product.
You might take a look at Evernote. Haven't used it myself.
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Yes, Evernote added a feature they call 'snap to shape'.
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