Hi Brendan! Thanks for the quick reply!
Either Balsamiq is a mockup tool where I can create the mockups I need that give a proper representation towards the programmers, or it itsn’t.
Some cases/companies may be satisfied with the vague comic-style that Balsamiq seems to prefer, I (and best guess: many others) need to deliver visually accurate mockups (close to pixel perfect we say) in order to get what I want in my first prototype. Currently I achieve this by photoshopping lots of stuff beforehand and importing the PNG files. Not overly satisfying.
My best suggestion would be: let the user decide how granular they want to define stuff. put in plausible default values but let me modify them according to my needs if I need to.
just my 2 cents
Just another example of lack of rounded edges making my head hurt:
I need badges, some can get even wider than this example (3-4 digit numbers)
First: my badge omplete made with circles and a rectangle,
Second: single components below each other
Third: No option, rounded rectangle
simple solution would be a rounded-edges rectangle with corner radius of 9px (box is 18px high)
then I could even scale it wider where needed, without having to micro-adjust placement and size of circles and rectangle in my symbol/group