The Tools should be presented as a menu "Tools" (as well). Many of the functions could probably find a place in the context menu also.
It feels a bit of "the wrong way around" to first have to select a tool, and then the element to work on. I selected an element first, then clicked a tool, and nothing happened. To make a comparison with a text editor: you first select the text, then click 'Bold', and not the other way around. Of course, if Bold is active, all new text becomes bold as well.
Also, indicate clearly which tool is activated. Currently, it is hard to distinguish. Maybe more like Photoshop does it?
>So what you're saying is that you cannot make them better looking, like this in LibreOffice? Med vänlig hälsning,
As mentioned we *could* implement our own, custom user interface like in LibreOffice, Adobe or Affinity apps.
However, this would require a large team and an app several orders of magnitude more expensive than our app for a small niche in the Mac ecosystem :-)