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
I'm very interested in contributing to the project. I have
intermediate programing experience, but need someone to mentor me. I
pick this stuff up pretty fast so I just need to get in touch with
someone who knows about developing on os x and can tell me what to
My laptop has a 1280x800 screen, and a regular gnome environment
(regular Ubuntu 7.10 installation). I have two panel, one at the top of
my screen and the other at bottom (tasklist).
The problem is, that inkscape has a file menu, a global toolbar, and a
tool's toolbar, and the tools' icon(the vertical one at the left).
Overall, the inkscape windows is heigher as available screen (so
screen_height - (top_panel+bottom+panel)).
So when i want to maximize inkscape, it does not do anything. It could
be wider (horizontally), but pressing the maximize button cause losing
the left and right windows border (about 3-4px), and nothing else.
I think that 1280x800 is fairly common resolution amongst the 15,4"
Is it a known problem? Or better it is dependent of the window manager?
(i will try on xp too, in the next days).
The inkscape 0.45 does not suffer this, because, there was fewer tool
(no 3D tool for example).
If I undock the icon bar (at the left), it maximizes correctly.
Tried searching on launchpad, but didnt find a bugreport about this
problem, but Im remembering discussing this problem in the past (having
inkscape problems on small resolution).
Do somebody remember such a discussion, or bugreport?
I recently ported the "publishr" plugin I had written for Gimp, to Inkscape.
Using this plugin you can save your images to your Flickr or Picasaweb
accounts right from Inkscape.
Check it out here:
Any feedback is appreciated.
I just finished my first web design <http://home.arcor.de/ccyrny/> in
incorporates SVG. The only problem: IE 6 doesn't
support it, and I'm not sure about IE 7 (I am using
My question: Does it make sense to keep the SVG
(since the web site is for clients)? I really love the
look, but I'm especially very disappointed with IE
(basically the old story). I would be glad if someone
could give me some feedback on how my page looks
(so far, only the entrance page to my site) in their
browser. I would also appreciate feedback/experience
by other members on the list on the use of SVG for
Web design,graphics, photography: http://home.arcor.de/ccyrny/ (English|German)
Articles: http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/viewByAuthor.asp?authorID=2153 (English)
>Van: Donn [mailto:donn.ingle@...155...]
>Verzonden: dinsdag, december 4, 2007 02:12 PM
>CC: 'Tobias Verbeke'
>Onderwerp: Re: [Inkscape-user] export inkscape SVG to PNG from commandline
>> Would anyone have a script lying around to export
>> inkscape SVGs to PNG from the commandline ?
Apologies. Thank you very much.