An arc can be drawn in the GISlayer software. Once the arc is drawn, you can easily give the shape you want.

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It is possible to draw arcs in special drawings in layers. First, a new layer will be created and then the arc drawing will be explained.

Step 1: Creating New Layer

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To create a new layer, the "New Layer" option is clicked on the "Data" top menu. Layer is created by clicking the create button in the opened panel.

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Step 2: Drawing Arc

Layer editing is activated to draw an arc.

Drawing Arc

To draw an arc, click on the Draw Arc option in the Special Drawings.

Drawing Arc

It is sufficient to select the starting and ending points in the first drawing. You can give the shape and angle you want to arc, on the panel to be opened later.

Drawing Arc

With the help of the shape in the middle of the drawn arc, it is very easy to give shape you want to arc.

Drawing Arc

After giving the shape you want, you can save it by pressing the Save button.

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