An option to enable and use geometric centers for equilateral shapes (polygons)
Please enable the option to use the geometrically correct centerpoint as the intersection of the edge-normals for odd-edged polygons instead of using the "half the height, half the width"-centerpoint, or at least enable it as an option. Drawing the circumference-circle really is annoying.
Illustrator seems to use the geometric center-point as the center of the odd-edged polygon as shown in the attached picture. Can someone please explain the issue? A video clip explaining the issue would be helpful. Thank you.
Ryuleik Highvey commented
2023, still nothing lmao
Just Me commented
OK - this was from 3 yrs ago, but it is still not available - This feature would be SO useful! I find myself creating lines from the vertices of the shape in order to find the geometric center of the shape.
This doesn't need explaining. Me and thousands of others have requested this continuously for years. Please add it in.
I would love to see the different visual for this type of ceneterpoint.
Second that. Centroids would be more useful than the bounding box centre point, or at least an option for showing it, in the attributes panel, for example.