Document settings, including canvas size, resolution, and color mode, can be defined by any users of Linearity Curve.

You can customize your Document Name at any time, as well as changing its units.

How to set Document Units

Document units allow you to set a physical measurement unit for your document. As you create a new document, its document units will be set depending on the preset chosen. For example, presets for A-series page sizes will use millimeters as default, while photo page or web-related page sizes use pixels.

In Linearity Curve, you can choose from Points, Picas, Inches, Millimeters, Centimeters, or Pixels.

Undo & Redo History

Default document settings save time when starting new designs but they can be not the right fit for you and your team.

In Linearity Curve, you can choose between two options for the document history:

  • Default is the go-to option if you want to have access to your document history even after you have closed your document.
  • Optimized allows you to reduce the file size because the history is limited per session.


When switching from Default to Optimized, an alert will appear, explaining what this means.

Change app language

Linearity Curve supports multiple languages, allowing users to choose their preferred language within the software. This enables more efficient navigation through menus, tooltips, and other interface elements, eliminating the need for translation or deciphering unfamiliar terms. By selecting a comfortable language, users can speed up their workflow and reduce the chances of errors or confusion.

On iOS, navigate to the Settings App. Select Curve > Preferred Language.

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