When you draw your letters you spend more time moving points around than actually placing them on the canvas for the first time. It makes sense to adapt the construction of the outline to movement: with a couple of simple interventions you can make your outlines easier to work with.
As promised, if you bought Superpolator after the Robothon, March 2012, you’re eligible for a free upgrade. (unless you’re happy to support us, we’re happy to be supported!) If you haven’t already, let us know and we’ll get you sorted.
It’s a new release and while we test on a range of machines and OS versions, unexpected things sometimes popup. If you ran into a problem check the Release History. There might be an update for it already. Otherwise just get in touch!
The first release of Superpolator3 reads and write UFO2 documents (according to the UFO2 specification., Under the hood Superpolator is prepared for UFO3 and implementing it will (hopefully) not be too difficult.
The upgrade to from Sp2 to Sp3 is not free. As you know, Superpolator is a very specialised tool for a very small market. We (we? I) have provided Superpolator2 licensees with free updates going back all the way to 2007. These were bug fixes, new features and many near traumatic OS changes. I’ve helped…