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I have a problem in Affinity Designer where if i were to create a 90 degree angle curve (1/4 of a circle) with the pen tool, the curve would turn out uneven. Is there any way for me to achieve a perfect curve as this was very much possible in Adobe Illustrator.  Please see attached video for a visual example.

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Easy way?
Draw a circle with the ellipse tool>hold shift key while dragging the new shape>give it no fill but give it a stroke>done
If you want it to be curves simply push convert to curves

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Or you can draw a Pie, move the orange handles to get the shape you want, convert to curves, break the curve at the pointy-end and delete the unwanted lines (and remove the fill if there is one).
I’m sure there will be plenty of other ways to do this.

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23 minutes ago, haakoo said:

Easy way?
Draw a circle with the ellipse tool>hold shift key while dragging the new shape>give it no fill but give it a stroke>done
If you want it to be curves simply push convert to curves

I think snilloc want's to draw a 1/4 ellipse with the pen tool and have a perfect radius

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