Well, currently in Inkscape we can detect for these being installed,
remove options based on whether they are installed or not. So, I don't
think it would be a big deal to use them.
> There is also one problem in SVG because it doesn't put fill:none in
> inkscape just fills everything in black:P..
Is this an SVG compliance thing, or can we fix this in Inkscape?
I think it's inkscape problem because if you add fill:none to there when
it doesn't need filling everything looks fine.. I exam this one little bit
more to I can say for sure.. this should be fixable in Inkscape.. I can
provide example file if needed.
Now, I'm not sure I understood your e-mail, if we used pstoedit
plotutils, could that do all of the Illustrator importing? Or just
certain versions of Illustrator?
If we have pstoedit compiled with plotutils one should could import these:
Adobe Illustrator 10 [PDF 1.4]
Photoshop CS files [PDF 1.4]
And possibly these:
EPS should work(TM) (I haven't got time to try this)
You can't import these
Adobe Illustrator 7 one needs ill2svg.pl. AI7 hava totaly diffrent format
that is explained in one really big PDF that I found lately from Adobe's
I just couldn't make myself clear sorry,