When working with Linearity Curve (formerly Vectornator), you don’t need to close the software to access learning resources; you can directly access them in the software by clicking on the Help tab in the Menu Bar at the top-right of your screen.

In the Help drop-down menu, you can access the following components:

Enter a search term into the Search Bar. Automatically you are proposed links that relate to your search term. Click directly on one of the suggested links to access further information. Click on the x to the right of the Search Bar to close it.

The User Guide

If you click on User Guide, you’ll be directed to the landing page of the User Guide, where you can access our software documentation. Here you’ll get an overview of the interface and the available tools and features of Linearity Curve.

Academy and Tutorials

Here you can access the Linearity Curve Academy. We offer video courses and training exercises for all learning stages led by experts for iPad and Mac. Skyrocket your skills fast and quickly with the help of experts.


As the title suggests, if you click here, you’ll be redirected to an overview of iPad and Mac's essential shortcuts and gestures to streamline your workflow.

What’s New

Click here to access the Change History (also called Changelog) of Linearity Curve. Here you get an overview of the newest features and improvements.


Here you can access our Community Forum, where you can communicate with other Linearity Curve users and answer and ask questions about our software. Additionally, you can post your artwork and comment on other users’ artwork. To access the full community features, please register for free. Our staff maintains our community forum, they are always there to support and guide the Linearity community.


You can give feedback and upvote the implementation of new software features by clicking on Feedback.


Under Support, you can write us an email. You can ask questions, report software issues, make suggestions for improvement, or tell us about your experience working with Linearity Curve! We are eager to hear from you and read and respond to every email from our users.


By clicking on Website, you can access our main website where you can access all of our sources of information, such as the User Guide, the dictionary, the Academy, get support, and find overall information on Linearity as a company and many more topics.

Export diagnostic file

You can export the diagnostic file to a specific location by clicking here. A diagnostic file, also known as a log file or a diagnostic report, is a file that contains information about the status, performance, or issues related to a system, software, or hardware component. It records events, errors, or other relevant data that can help diagnose and troubleshoot problems.

Restart Quick Tour

By clicking here, you can restart the onboarding process again. By clicking on Start Quick Tour, you’ll be guided through the interface, features, and tools of Linearity Curve. Press Next to continue to the following explanation, or press back to access the previous explanation.

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