[Bug 1333523] [NEW] Creating a circle with a given radius

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[Bug 1333523] [NEW] Creating a circle with a given radius

Hilaire Fernandes
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Public bug reported:

The documentation is not clear enough to explain how to create a circle with a given radius.
See this user question:

"Hey there ! I’m trying to create, in Dr. Geo, a vesica pieces. Think
Venn diagram. It is two circles whose centers are the points of radius
for the other circle. I am, however, having quite the time constructing
this. The documentation says it is possible to create a circle with
entering a radius value, however I’m not sure how to do this. So on the
grid, how would I create a circle with a radius of 4, and another circle
overlapping it?

In other words, how do I enter the values Directly where the center and
radius are? With the line segments, it gives you an x and y axis to
change. How do i do this with circles, instead of just scaling it with
the mouse (as that is very inaccurate)?"

** Affects: drgeo
     Importance: Medium
         Status: New


** Tags: documentation

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Title:
  Creating a circle with a given radius

Status in Dr. Geo II:
  New

Bug description:
  The documentation is not clear enough to explain how to create a circle with a given radius.
  See this user question:

  "Hey there ! I’m trying to create, in Dr. Geo, a vesica pieces. Think
  Venn diagram. It is two circles whose centers are the points of radius
  for the other circle. I am, however, having quite the time
  constructing this. The documentation says it is possible to create a
  circle with entering a radius value, however I’m not sure how to do
  this. So on the grid, how would I create a circle with a radius of 4,
  and another circle overlapping it?

  In other words, how do I enter the values Directly where the center
  and radius are? With the line segments, it gives you an x and y axis
  to change. How do i do this with circles, instead of just scaling it
  with the mouse (as that is very inaccurate)?"

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[Bug 1333523] Re: Creating a circle with a given radius

Hliaire Fernandes
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** Changed in: drgeo
    Milestone: None => 19.03

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Title:
  Creating a circle with a given radius

Status in Dr. Geo II:
  Triaged

Bug description:
  The documentation is not clear enough to explain how to create a circle with a given radius.
  See this user question:

  "Hey there ! I’m trying to create, in Dr. Geo, a vesica pieces. Think
  Venn diagram. It is two circles whose centers are the points of radius
  for the other circle. I am, however, having quite the time
  constructing this. The documentation says it is possible to create a
  circle with entering a radius value, however I’m not sure how to do
  this. So on the grid, how would I create a circle with a radius of 4,
  and another circle overlapping it?

  In other words, how do I enter the values Directly where the center
  and radius are? With the line segments, it gives you an x and y axis
  to change. How do i do this with circles, instead of just scaling it
  with the mouse (as that is very inaccurate)?"

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[Bug 1333523] Re: Creating a circle with a given radius

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** Branch linked: lp:drgeo

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Title:
  Creating a circle with a given radius

Status in Dr. Geo II:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  The documentation is not clear enough to explain how to create a circle with a given radius.
  See this user question:

  "Hey there ! I’m trying to create, in Dr. Geo, a vesica pieces. Think
  Venn diagram. It is two circles whose centers are the points of radius
  for the other circle. I am, however, having quite the time
  constructing this. The documentation says it is possible to create a
  circle with entering a radius value, however I’m not sure how to do
  this. So on the grid, how would I create a circle with a radius of 4,
  and another circle overlapping it?

  In other words, how do I enter the values Directly where the center
  and radius are? With the line segments, it gives you an x and y axis
  to change. How do i do this with circles, instead of just scaling it
  with the mouse (as that is very inaccurate)?"

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[Bug 1333523] Re: Creating a circle with a given radius

Hliaire Fernandes
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In reply to this post by Hilaire Fernandes
** Changed in: drgeo
       Status: Triaged => Fix Committed

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Title:
  Creating a circle with a given radius

Status in Dr. Geo II:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  The documentation is not clear enough to explain how to create a circle with a given radius.
  See this user question:

  "Hey there ! I’m trying to create, in Dr. Geo, a vesica pieces. Think
  Venn diagram. It is two circles whose centers are the points of radius
  for the other circle. I am, however, having quite the time
  constructing this. The documentation says it is possible to create a
  circle with entering a radius value, however I’m not sure how to do
  this. So on the grid, how would I create a circle with a radius of 4,
  and another circle overlapping it?

  In other words, how do I enter the values Directly where the center
  and radius are? With the line segments, it gives you an x and y axis
  to change. How do i do this with circles, instead of just scaling it
  with the mouse (as that is very inaccurate)?"

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[Bug 1333523] Re: Creating a circle with a given radius

Hliaire Fernandes
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In reply to this post by Hilaire Fernandes
** Changed in: drgeo
       Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released

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Title:
  Creating a circle with a given radius

Status in Dr. Geo II:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  The documentation is not clear enough to explain how to create a circle with a given radius.
  See this user question:

  "Hey there ! I’m trying to create, in Dr. Geo, a vesica pieces. Think
  Venn diagram. It is two circles whose centers are the points of radius
  for the other circle. I am, however, having quite the time
  constructing this. The documentation says it is possible to create a
  circle with entering a radius value, however I’m not sure how to do
  this. So on the grid, how would I create a circle with a radius of 4,
  and another circle overlapping it?

  In other words, how do I enter the values Directly where the center
  and radius are? With the line segments, it gives you an x and y axis
  to change. How do i do this with circles, instead of just scaling it
  with the mouse (as that is very inaccurate)?"

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