Curve tool result doesn't match what you draw

I would like to draw a simple curved line, but when I use this tool, the curve that I see when I'm drawing is quite different from what the final product is.  I understand having a proper bezier curve like Illustrator might be too much to ask, but even the PowerPoint curve tool is 100% better than the one in Storyline.

It would be handy to have a more usable curve tool in Storyline so I can use built-in formatting. It's a pain to create curves in another program and import them as images.

 

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Ashley Terwilliger

Thanks Terry for reaching out here - so it looks like what you're seeing in the published output is a wider section of the curve? I know folks have asked about a change to the curve behavior in the past, and it was something that was mentioned as a feature request, but I'm also curious to see your .story file in terms of how it's displaying differently once published as the lines you've drawn on stage also don't match in color or width? Can you share your .story file here using the add attachment button? 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Terry,

I didn't see them in the different variety of colors and assume that is something you were changing manually - but with this type of thing it's always good to double check that. I see that when I draw a curved line, the curve section does get smoothed or expanded in the same way as the images you've shown which is a bit different than Powerpoint. That's the curve line element that folks have shared in the past as a feature request to have them match more accurately.