Please post links to screenshots and/or insights of this vector app. We must learn from others.
OpenDraw remains more featureful than Inkscape:
- Better support for 3D.
- Better import/export capability.
- (Please add to this list, I gather there are many others.)
Nevertheless, there are some areas where it's better to use Inkscape:
- SVG support
- OpenDraw's rounded rectangles have pre-defined curvature, there doesn't seem to be a way of editing the radius or squashedness of the curve as in inkscape.
- Spirals, stars & calligraphy pen are fairly unique to Inkscape & Sodipodi.
- Apparently OpenDraw can't fill curves with a gradient or pattern.
- OpenDraw doesn't have mid-markers, only end markers (arrow heads).
- "Simplify curve" missing from OpenDraw (unique to Inkscape?)
- OpenDraw has only 3 boolean operations.
- Inkscape does better at text-on-path. It seems that OpenDraw requires converting text to curve first, so one can't edit the text after putting it on a curve.
- Inset/outset (unique to inkscape?)
- Patterns in Inkscape (SVG) aren't restricted to bitmaps.
Presentation on OpenDraw: http://www.openoffice.org/product/draw.html
OpenDraw tutorials (among many others):
Not known offhand, but it's Free Software (possibly GPL).