I am really loving Gravit for its isometric grid - it makes a lot of my work much easier. However, I would love to be able to produce PDFs with isometric shapes (which I can do) which also appear to be drawn on isometric dot paper. The best I can do is create a line and manipulate the border so that it’s dotted with gaps between the dots just big enough to look like the dots line up perfectly with the grid.
This isn’t perfect, though. On a grid of size 5, the gaps need to be of size 28.35 for a horizontal line to line up: in fact, this doesn’t line up in the software, but does when I generate a PDF, so not really sure what’s going on there either. it also measnt that I have DOZENS of lines everywhere…
Please tell me there’s a better way of doing this!
Attached: a screenshot of my isometric lines, arranged so that the PDF output lines up correctly
EDIT: also included the final PDF, as viewed from Google Chrome