I finally figured out how to draw linear arrays (Autocad terminology) using the Modify - move/copy tool, but I am designing a clock face and need to put tick marks around a circle and can't figure out how to do it. This is usually called drawing a polar array. Is it even possible with Librecad and does anyone know how it can be done? Google searching has failed me on this one, so it can't be easy! --Dick
Clicking this button downloads an .EXE (Windows executable flle, NOT a PDF file) with the filename:
I use Linux, not Windows, so what should I do with this "dangerous" Windows executable file? I took it to a friends Windows computer and executed this file. This caused another pop-up window titled "iLivid Installation" which was a window about "Movies Toolbar for Chrome". Furthermore there was an "Agreement" option with a button to "Accept & Install"
The agreement was baited to:
1. Set and keep Ask.com as my homepage and new tab page
2. Set and keep Ask.com as my default search engine
3. Accept & Install a Movies Toolbar and ..bla.... bla....blaaa
At this point I finally gave up trust that this Librecad Blog was giving me an answer to my question in the form of a PDF document or any form as was offered and expected. I apologize for posting a non Librecad related reply, but would like to know if the answer I was expecting would eventually materialize if I continued to corrupt by friends computer.