How do I configure Inkscape for Windows to see the Type1 fonts I have
installed? The GIMP sees them fine (which also uses freetype), as
does OpenOffice.org. The font names and corresponding pfb file names
even show up in my .fonts.cache-1 file but I still can't see them in
Inkscape. Thanks for any answers.
Windows XP SP2
Just to give some visibility into some of the work bubbling away these
Cairo renderer: Bulia has taken point on investigation of conversion to
Cairo. Some tough problems have been uncovered but we're gaining a
clearer picture of what needs done. Presently this looks like it will
require an all at once brute force approach, rather than incremental
refactoring. If so, we'll need to reach a decision on how to
undertake that while minimizing disruption to SVN HEAD users.
Build system: There is definitely a concensus that our current build
system sucks. Options include CMAKE, Bob's buildtool, or just a
cleaned up automake. We really need to have interested parties mind
meld and find a single solution.
Version control system: Mental has been experimenting with git and
trying to get it to operate with svn. This study is still very early
on, but if it works out well, one day we may begin encouraging
developers to use git.
Bug tracking: I have been experimenting with use of Mantis with the
goal of replacing our SF bug tracker. It looks good, but the
principle issue is how to migrate the bugs and their history from SF
to Mantis. I'm also interested in seeing if it can be combined well
with Drupal, maybe along with Pootle. Any drupalheads out there?
Manual: We've got a good unofficial non-free manual/book and several
[semi-]official incomplete free manuals. There is discussion about if
efforts can be combined to produce a good official free manual.
Anyway, I've probably missed something, but I think that covers the
pending changes that are percolating. Most of these would benefit from
discussion, so we can make sure there is a rough concensus favoring the
change - so if you have concerns about any of these changes, now's a
good chance to bring 'em up.
Is there any way to hide and show layers in a Inkscape document with
command line arguments before saving?
I have an image that has buttons for a webpage, and on different
layers there are the normal, selected and rollover versions of the
buttons. I have a nice script to automatically output the buttons
with command line options, but right now I have to go into the GUI,
select the different layers, and run my script. It's not that much
work, but I thought it would be neato if I could do all this from the
I had been very busy and I forgot to say that in the OLD number 19 of
Spanish version of Linux Magazine I wrote about Inkscape 0.44. I wrote
about the new (on inkscape 0.44) features and some inkscape's examples
logotypes made by me and Included an Illustration from Andy Fitzimon at
the header of the first page (He gave me permission).
There is a PDF online (on spanish only):
I am sorry about the delay.
If someone wants the .svg of all the graphics only have to write me :D
How can i link a form to a clone set?
If I want to unlink somethink I just go ctrl+alt+D (windows XP) Can go back from there relinking it?
- how can i include a new form in the clone set? (I know i did once but I don't know how did I get there) basically I was modifying a set of clones through the main form, suddenly i decide to make a star on top of the clone master and the star was in all the clones as well and whatever i drew I could get the same in all clones. unfortunately I lost that file and I do not know how I did activate such a function.
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Inkscape by default saves stuff in the /inkscape dir.
When I installed .45 it obliterated (I assumed it would leave whatever files
were there) all of my work in the Inkscape Dir when it unistalled .44!!
Is there -any- way to undo this? I may have to go into a period of grieving,
here. (Lost about 15-20 fairly complex svgs and pngs.)
Help is appreciated.
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Kirk, I forward your answer to the list (beware to reply all rather
than reply to sender only when discussing on the list):
On 2007-February-24 , at 12:12 , <crono49522-inkscape@...1240...> wrote:
> sorry mate,
> I'm on win xp with inkscape 0.45!
> thanks a lot
in which case I cannot help. windows users?
> jiho <jo.irisson@...155...> ha scritto:
> On 2007-February-24 , at 08:43 , wrote:
> > How can I change the Language of Inkscape interface?
> > thanks
> > Kirk
> Hi Kirk,
> On what operating system are you using Inkscape (Linux, Windows,
> Mac?). Which version of Inkscape do you have?
Hello, I'm looking for a way to recreate the following image:
Is there an easy way to create Penrose tiles while using coloured
strokes? If not, what would be the least painful way to do it? ;)
Much thanks in advance,
Several improvements make canvas panning and scrolling smoother and
more interactive in complex slow-rendering documents:
* When panning by the middle mouse button, Inkscape no longer
attempts to redraw the canvas while your mouse button is pressed. Any
redrawing only happens after you release the mouse. As a result, the
newly revealed parts of the canvas are somewhat more "dirty" but the
panning is smoother than before, with few if any "hiccups".
* Previously, if you start panning with middle button while
Inkscape is still redrawing screen in a complex drawing, panning
sometimes completely failed or moved canvas just a little step. Now it
is guaranteed to pan the canvas all the way from mouse-press point to
mouse-release point in any case, even if sometimes it fails to show
the intermediate positions.
* When pressing and holding Ctrl+arrows to scroll canvas,
Inkscape normally accelerates scrolling so that each next scrolling
step is bigger than the previous. Previously, in complex drawings this
acceleration sometimes got interrupted, which made scrolling
annoyingly bumpy and slow. Now this is fixed so that scrolling is
smoothly accelerated even in a slow-rendering document.
* The default starting speed and acceleration of Ctrl+arrows
scrolling are slightly increased. (They are both settable in
Inkscape. Draw Freely.