Thanks again for Inkscape, it really rocks. Does anyone know what the
proper behavior is for scaling objects via transform attributes? Is the
stroke supposed to be scaled or not? I figured there would be just one
answer, but the svg-rendering programs are all over the map here:
I ran into this when looking at the PS & PDF output of both Inkscape and
Batik; at first it appeared to be caused by people assuming SVG's
transformation matrices worked the same way as ps, but then I can't
quite figure out what the hell the Adobe SVG viewer is doing...
So I'm curious to know what the Right behavior is, or if this is an
ambiguous region in the standard...
Thanks again, inkscape is amazing...
There's a dialog-related problem with current CVS. To reproduce it:
1. "File/Input Devices"
-- for me it says "No extended input device", and
I get two buttons: "Save" and "Close" --
2. press the "Close" button (the one in the dialog - not
the one provided by the window manager)
3. "File/Inkscape Prefs"
4. close the prefs dialog
--the "Input" dialog shows up again--
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We like the flags, Joe, but I'll forward your comments along.
On Tue, Sep 27, 2005 at 02:32:38PM +0200, Joe Desbonnet wrote:
> name: Joe Desbonnet
> email: joe@...1008...
> submitted the following:
> Flags are generally considered a bad choice of symbol to represent a language, because as you know flags represent countries, but languages often (mostly!) don\'t respect political boundaries.
> However there is one thing worse than a flag: that\'s two or three flags mixed into one. For example you have a mixture of the Union Jack and US flag for English. I don\'t mind the Union Jack representing English, because they invented the language, but when you mix in the US flag it says \"we are politically correct, so we went to a lot of effort not to offend by adding in all the countries that speak this language\". But that creates more offence when you leave a country out. Hint: many more countries outside of US/UK speak English as a first language.
----- Forwarded message from Nicu <nicu@...398...> -----
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 14:56:06 +0200
From: Nicu <nicu@...398...>
Subject: Message from Inkscape submission form
submitted the following:
I think it would be better for messages posted using this form (http://www.stiefelweb.de/_other/inkscape/submit2webmaster.php) to be sent to the entire devel mailing list, as *a lot* of other people have write access and work on the website.
Also, one would know when (and what) someone else has replied.
----- End forwarded message -----
Well, there were a total of 3 entries for the website re-design contest.
They are as follows:
I figured we could forgo a community vote given the already limited
number of selections. Please review each of these and only concentrate
on the visual (and usability) aspects at the moment. We can have
whomever the winner is (if we decide to use one of the new designs) put
more time into it after the fact.
My guess is we should vote on a first choice since the selection is so