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can an 'eraser' option be brought on to the drawing window? diagrams are great way to explain and for visualisation, and drawing some figures can become pretty easy with it, like you can draw an ellipse and erase some portion to represent something like a parabola. also curving line can be very helpful!! (a picture is worth a thousand words :) )

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Just a matter of time. It's on our radar. We probably won't introduce an eraser per se, or if we will it will just be painting thicker lines that are white heh.
yeah.. color (even if two or three) can be a pretty good thing... like a white pencil. :)
The eraser option is a good suggestion, I always find it difficult to draw without an eraser.

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I completely agree. Drawing tools should be made more convenient to use. Nevertheless I really appreciate this option of drawing along with answering questions. It indeed makes answers more realistic.

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