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Hi.

After you made your circle, convert it to curves. Use the node tool insert a node, then brake curve. Insert another node, brake curve, and delete the piece you made. Repeat.


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There is a Erase Brush in the Pixel Persona which works, you could also change the stroke to a dash and adjust the settings to your needs. Both are pretty quick and simple ways of what you want to achieve.

 

 

 

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There is a Erase Brush in the Pixel Persona which works, you could also change the stroke to a dash and adjust the settings to your needs. Both are pretty quick and simple ways of what you want to achieve.

 

 

 

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There is a Erase Brush in the Pixel Persona which works ...

This works if the Assistant Manager is set to allow that:

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Most likely, the first option is the one most people would want to use.


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I think that is the default setting as mine is already on that option and it's not something that I've changed. Good to know though... ;)

 

 

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Hi.

 

After you made your circle, convert it to curves. Use the node tool insert a node, then brake curve. Insert another node, brake curve, and delete the piece you made. Repeat.

thanks it works.

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