I was wondering how to deal with bug reports automatically submitted by the
operating system. It is often hard to verify for these bugs how exactly one
could to provoke the issue but on the other hand it may be clear from the
backtrace that some null pointer check (or related thing) is missing).
See for example
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/inkscape/+bug/1172484 for which I
added a patch.
See for example
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/inkscape/+bug/1219264 which might
be solved by trunk revision 12851 (or maybe revision 12838).
Do we mark these reports as fix committed (although we do not know how to
provoke the issue)? Do we add a patch and wait for a specific amount of
time for reactions? Any experiences on how is it dealt with for Ubuntu?
I've added a simple rss feed to the tutorials page:
It's pulling in items from my inkscape tutorials favorites folder on
deviantArt and I think it looks rather nice.
>On Sat, 2013-12-07 at 22:19 -0500, Partha Bagchi wrote:
>> Looks nice. I am sure you are aware the links don't work?
>Yes, we're waiting for an editor to fix them. Any Volunteers?
These links seem to be working fine for me:
Is there still more work needed here?
Attached are screen prints of how variables are used in the demo software.
Roman's tutorials need translation as well.
On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 6:38 PM, Susan Spencer <susan.spencer@...400...>wrote:
> Hi Valek!
> There are lists of variables which need translation,
> The variable lists themselves are chosen by radio buttons,
> so the labels need translation as well.
> Are you interested?
> On Sat, Dec 7, 2013 at 7:51 PM, Valek Filippov <frob@...45...> wrote:
>> Could you be a bit more specific about what you would like to be
>> On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 9:58 PM, Susan Spencer <susan.spencer@...400...>wrote:
>>> This program was recently developed by Roman Telezhinsky
>>> and is now going through initial testing and UI development.
>>> If there is anyone on this list who can help with translation
>>> we would really appreciate your help!
>>> - Susan
>>> CREATE mailing list
Hello Inkscape devs,
I just noticed today that the new website is up - congrats! I especially love the gallery with all the user artwork. :-)
I wanted to help out with the front-end a few months back but got bogged down with my studies, but now I have more free time on my hands. I was thinking maybe I could tweak the visual aspects to work better together (font sizes, spacing, etc), and maybe make the site responsive (adapted for smartphones and tablets)?
There were also a few pages that were designed but not implemented - if I did the html/css would someone be able to develop them into the website?
Also, good idea leaving out the flags in the language switcher (I had them in there before learning about website i18n and l10n, thinking they'd help to quickly find a language).
Thanks for being awesome!
My goal is to hatch my drawing by command line.
In the gui, you just draw a line -> Path effect editor -> Hatch -> Add
Now, in the cli,I saw the "DialogLivePathEffect: Manage, edit, and apply path effects (Shift+Ctrl+7)" option, but when trying to set it right, nothing happens..
--select=myobject --verb DialogLivePathEffect
but then, nothing happens.
Is this option implemented ? Could not find any clue on how to modify the values (frequency randomness..)
This part is *very* undocumented and i could help if i get any answer.
I'm not happy with the size increase on the website. I do admit that
readability is important, but the website has lost some of it's style in
Could one of you kind designers help get the style sheet back in order?
It should take more than 10 minutes for someone with css skills and a
Best Regards, Martin Owens
Firstly, sorry for the 3 minute outage between 12:56 and 12:59
Secondly, should be announce the new website as news this week or next
week? I interested on hearing if you think it's ready or if you think it
could do with some more time to edit.
Best Regards, Martin Owens
Ehm,.. Martin,.. the downloads are not functioning at this moment. The
link goes to the old staging site and has this curious notion of not being
live. Confusing to say the least.
I also think the basic typeface could be a point size larger for clarity.
On Thu, 05 Dec 2013 08:37:53 +0800,
> Website Announce (Martin Owens)
Hope you're feeling better!
Thanks for the the advice about updating libavoid.
We'll be looking for more of this type of information
during the next few weeks, so if you happen to
think of anything, or see something in this
thread that requires correction or addition, please
let us know.
Thanks, and get well soon,