Vector graphic fills (trials and tribulations)
Ok, I have been guilty of beating the vector graphic drum for Corel Draw. However I have now stubbed my toe on a really annoying shortcoming:
Corel Draw allows color fills only for objects. Which is absolutely no issue for isolated objects. Very easy to combine the line segments into an object, and then fill. Adjacent areas are a whole other kettle of fish. As adjacent areas (objects) will share the same line segments in many cases. The only way to accomplish this sharing is to duplicate the line segment. Then assign the duplicate segment to the new object. Which is a royal PITA. It would be far easier if Corel Draw allowed you to fill any arbtrary area bound by line segments. Even when those line segments have NOT been organized into an object.
But Corel is the only vector graphic program I have tried. Do any of the other vector programs out there allow you to fill an arbitrary area? Without descending into the object definition game?