Office productivity suite -- drawing
  11 reviews

This is a transitional package, replacing the packaging with the libreoffice packaging.

it can be safely removed after an upgrade.
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mimyucel 4 years ago

I could draw an 2D technical drawing (for mechanical part) with LibreOffice Drawer once, althoug I had some difficullties in writing tolerances on measurement lines.. Succesfully.

northcamel 6 years ago

dia is better for simple use~

yusufbolu 8 years ago

I am pleased with it. I can do a lot of things like brochures, product inserts etc with it.

mbnoimi 8 years ago

Stupid editor, I though it could help me in diagrams but I found it sucks

Germmare 8 years ago

... but u know Libre-Office ?? ...

Rukia 8 years ago

It's a quite useful uml-editor. Also it can be modified by an AddOn, so it can edit PDF's

m4daredsun 8 years ago

Don't find it so useful

jesica 8 years ago

it takes up space

mikefreeman 9 years ago

Seems to me to be more of an attempt at a desktop publishing interface (like MS Publisher) than a strict graphics program. It has some good uses, in that respect (Scribus is best for that, though).

Golfy 9 years ago

Not so good than MS Visio. Links still follow objects (if you move an object, lines still connected with other objects)

ohneA 9 years ago

kein Ersatz für Inksacape!