Re: [NTLK] Vector-based drawing program for Windows 2000

From: Mike Hamende (
Date: Tue Jun 18 2002 - 15:30:50 EDT

Open Office 1.0 has a neat vector graphics program. OO runs on Windows,
Linux. And has a developer build for OX X!

And its free as in beer and speech!

bcantley wrote:

>Ok- SLIGHTLY OT [but a lot more on than the football conversations!]. I
>have a Fujitsu Stylistic 3400 [Windows 2000] and a Wacom Cintiqu hooked
>up to my G4 tower [I got these as a result of loving my Newton- so
>I am trying to find a vector program that will allow me to draw
>"freehand" straight lines without having to constantly click on a
>menu/panel to stop/start a line [as one has to do with Illustrator 9]-
>looking for something incredibly as simple as Windows Paint or Mac Paint
>but vector based.
>Any help?

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