I'm trying to make a curved arc with rounded edges using Vectr. I can get it to work with perfectly circular arcs by adding a circle to the endcircular arc

However, when I try with an arc made from an oval, it doesn't come out quite right. ovoid arc

Does anyone know how to do this in Vectr (or is Vectr just not up to the task)?

  • Usually in vector software, something like that would be done using end caps on strokes. Having never used "Vectr", I've no idea if it's capable of that. Is there a user manual where you could look it up perhaps?
    – Billy Kerr
    Apr 20, 2018 at 11:09

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I've never heard of Vectr before, but looking at it for a few moments, and using the online version, there does not appear to be any method to alter end caps of strokes on paths, or alter shapes in any sort of custom manner. It looks, exceptionally rudimentary in it's editing capabilities, generally only allowing basic predefined shapes and standard bezier paths. Checking their help section, there's no reference to rounding anywhere or end caps.

You may be better off exploring something like InkScape (which is free). Inkscape offers much more editing capabilities.

  • The title, body specify Vectr. vectr.com Apr 19, 2018 at 18:28
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    Great, I'll check out InkScape. I'm running into other issues with Vectr anyway...
    – stm027
    Apr 19, 2018 at 19:13

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