Yes, I know 'blackboard's frowned on, but titling's enough of an art already...
Is there any way 2 distant people can collaborate on a drawing, via the net?
Like, 'How about this design?' 'OK, but could the top be curved, like this?' (uses mouse to sketch new line on drawing). 'Possible, but this shape would be cheaper' (sketches more lines). 'Looks fine, but what price?' 'I'll work it out - see you here tomorrow about 7'.
I've drawn a blank, so far, with searching the web (well, you try getting the right keywords!)
I haven't heard of anything like it, but imagine it could be like online gaming, but with much simpler technology.
Sorry I spelt that wrong - it's Doodle IMVironment, short for Instant Messaging emVironment. It's an interactive background for the Yahoo! Messenger instant messaging program that allows you to draw pictures.
Thanks for the link - I'd had no joy, & came back to check I spelt it right!
Went to Yahoo Messenger (been meaning to sign up anyway). Couldn't find Doodle one; searched site with Google, got some links mentioning Doodle, as one of the top 5 IMVironments, but none of Doodle links worked ('Page cannot be displayed').
Maybe I was looking at outdated pages, but couldn't find a way to ask if Doodle's been discontinued. I'll try again tomorrow, & also look into NetMeeting.
Looks as if there'll be something to fit the bill, anyway!