This has me mystified...as the title says, importing a rounded pentagon drawn in Adobe Illustrator imports as a circle in EasyEDA... Without rounding the corners, 3, 4 and 5 sided paths import just fine... ![EASYEDA-IMAGES-01.jpg](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/27JJmRzXlUVvdPZUvqbxMvWFbG77CTE88jiwDZbZ.jpeg) Rounding the corners on just the 3 and 4 sided paths also imports just fine... ![EASYEDA-IMAGES-02.jpg](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/n96k9zcRLrGef9n0K2tNeZOkS7fGbQlS316Ada1T.jpeg) Rounding the pentagon fails to import correctly, EasyEDA turns it into a circle... ![EASYEDA-IMAGES-03.jpg](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/2SaY29tb8eaWtszfddEsuzRbUdokTCsLpeFJLED5.jpeg) Rounded hexagons are OK too... ![EASYEDA-IMAGES-04.jpg](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/W4cJVY9xg6f0Zzcou8rW0MRsU2FQFLWzSDYI4yn2.jpeg) So what does EasyEDA have against pentagons? More importantly, how do I get EasyEDA to like pentagons and not change them into circles? The DXF file used can be found [HERE](http://www.mediafire.com/file/1mpxjhmjmf4938v/3_4_5_6_SIDED.ai/file) Many thanks. Regards.