ref : https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape/+bug/165665
I believe this bug can be fixed by disabling the flag USE_PANGO_WIN32 in
line 19 of src/libnrtype/FontFactory.h. When I do this on Windows XP, I gain
about 35 new fonts. Not all of these new fonts are useable, but the most
interesting ones, such as CommercialPi, Symbol, Technic, Webdings,
Wingdings, MonoType Sorts, TechnicLite are working well, both in Inkscape
and in IE9.
This is a Windows-specific bug which hides symbol fonts, and does not
occur in Gimp 2.6 on Win XP. As far as I can tell, the Gimp source code does
not contain any analogue or equivalent of the flag USE_PANGO_WIN32.
Would there be any objection if I disable this flag, or does it serve a
specific purpose that is essential?
- Alvin Penner
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Hello, I update the SpiroLive branch to redraw spiro when mouse stop, no
In my 5 years old computer -debian- spiro redraw ok, now better whith
the tolerance fix.
If isn't enoft we can increase the tolerance level. Less tolerance show
more fluid spiros, more tolerance spiro curve "jumps" more.
I dont want to add a botton to show optionaly, because i think this
function is basic while drawing, but if we decide to make optional y
start whith this.
Any more betatester ;) ?
I am sorry, I know the question is vague. But, I am new to inkscape
development and owing very little in-code commenting and guiding
sections, the project seems to intimidating and big to understand by
Till now I have figured out this:
1.) src\dialog contains all dialog boxes' codes. I happen to have
fixed a bug recently, Bug-773228. during the course to figure it out,
I understood "dialog" contents.
2.) Your direction tells me, "display" is handling the rendering part.
3.) The "widget" directory happens to handle basic functionality types
I really don't know what I need right now, but I was looking for a
general understanding of how the code handles what to render on the
canvas and then save it there and still enable editing. Maybe you
mean, the code is abstracted onto Cairo's code, so we need not get
behind the curtain. If that being the case, I would like to know, is
there any general source for me understand these workings ?
Sorry, if the questions are stupid, I am not that bad at understanding
code in general, but without any kind of documentation and help it
becomes a little obscure.
On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 8:51 PM, Jasper van de Gronde
> On 29-10-12 10:57, Arshdeep Singh wrote:
>> Can you shed some light on SP Classes ?
> Can you be more explicit about what you want to know?
>> Also, where can I get to know what inputs are passed on from Inkscape
>> code to Cairo for various purposes like when I'm drawing a bezier or a
>> rectangle ?
> I think you are probably more interested in the src/display directory,
> as that's where the actual drawing is done (or Cairo is called at
> least). But it would help if we knew a bit more about what you're trying
> to do.
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I just fixed the windows build. With the current devlibs, we need
If this is not correct than please revert devlibs first. Verify the
revert using the online launchpad tool, then fix build.xml.