I'm using V11 TurboMac Pro, if you want more details I can screenshot the version and OS info.
I've come across a problem, not often but situationally where the approximation of circles and curves greater than maybe 8in depending on tolerance and definitely larger than 16in is a problem. It seems as though there is a more accurate approximation buried in the background of TurboCAD based upon where the pixels are and where the snap goes when I connect lines to a curve when zoomed in. But when I export to .dwg/.dxf, it only saves the pixels not the background information and that hurts the accuracy of my drawings especially when using them for a CnC where it ends up cutting an equal lateral polygon instead of a circle when I wanted a circle.
I have attached a series of increasingly small circles showing how zooming into all of them shows the approximation techniques.
Is there a way to adjust the accuracy of the circles I make?
I'm aware of the "Simplify Curves" button and while it seems to increase the number of sides in a drawing (and nothing out of a drawing for some reason), it's not by much and doesn't help. I'm poking around a little and hope to find a way to increase the polygon sides of an arc or circle by an order of magnitude.