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BUG: "availible" (by DIV)
When opening a file, I got a message:
"An autosave file is availible for this project."

I know it's a very minor thing, but just to provide the feedback, that message has a misprint. It should be:
"An autosave file is available for this project."
Sat Oct 12 2019, 04:31:11
"cicles" (by DIV)
"To create a tangent arc, [...] lines or cicles [...] join."
should be
"To create a tangent arc, [...] lines or circles [...] join."
Sat Oct 12 2019, 05:00:31
"tangent arc" instruction (by DIV)
By the way, that wording was quite hard to understand. It seems the idea is to select a VERTEX, where two (non-construction) lines join.
Maybe there is no need to mention circles here?
Sat Oct 12 2019, 05:08:21
Both of these are fixed in the code (by ruevs)
But there is no release with these fixes yet.
Tue Oct 15 2019, 09:01:52
Cool (by DIV)
Thanks, ruevs.

Based on the recent post by Bart at http://solvespace.com/forum.pl...;parent=2854&tt=1570901163 I found the new wording for the latter message, and indeed it's been amended in the latest code to:
"To create a tangent arc at a point,
select that point and then choose
Sketch -> Tangent Arc at Point."
https://github.com/solvespace/...lob/master/src/textscreens.cpp

I still think it might be clearer to say either "vertex" or "vertex point" instead of just "point".
At least in the current version, if I add a standalone point (no lines), there is no way that the tangent arc tool can be applied to it. By mentioning "vertex" I think it will be clearer to users that two lines need to join at the relevant point.
[Note: even a point on a _straight_ line or a _circle_ won't work, but these aren't classified as "vertices".]
Tue Oct 15 2019, 09:51:53
"Corner (point)" (by DIV)
An alternative to "vertex" or "vertex point" would be "corner" or "corner point".
Tue Oct 15 2019, 19:39:29
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