I want to fix in our schools the default place to save in Inkscape. By default, it saves in home directory, i want to change it to Home directory/Documents. Even if i choose it one time, ween i relaunch Inkscape (0.4.7), the default place is always the same.
An idea ?
Many thanks in advance
I want to add some new properties to the inkscape "object properties"
I would like to use inkscape for the generation of some specific
interface files but need more than "id","onclick","onmouseover",etc.
It would be somewhat of a solution to just use "onclick" as "I/O input"
but it would be so much nicer to be able to rename or add these properties.
Is it possible to change these things from within inkscape ?
I am teaching myself Inkscape (0.47) under Linux (Ubuntu 9.10).
So today I looked at manual text kerning, but it just doesn't work, even
though I am faithfully following instructions I found online.
So, I created some text, double-clicked it, and moved in between single
letters. Then I tried Alt-RightArrowKey, and nothing happens. Same thing
with the other arrow keys. Shift-Alt-ArrowKeys also no luck. Needless to
say, rotating can't be done either.
Am I doing sth. wrong here, or is that a bug?
Thanks for your helpful comments!
After I have scanned an A4 page, it would be nice to import it into
Inkscape and automatically fit it to the A4 outline to continue work on
the page (to add text and signature images etc to it) but it doesn't
seem possible? I have to manually scale the image which is fairly
tedious . .
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This is a general call to see if anyone might be able to volunteer some time to help man the Inkscape booth/area at SCALE8x next month in Los Angeles. If you might be able to lend some time, we have a few conference passes as an exhibitor. So if you can get there, we can get you in. :-)
It's a great experience, and very low pressure. Don't feel intimidated; step on up.
This is something I've been meaning to comment of for ages :?
I've been in the habit of grouping objects for schematic components
then surrounding them with an invisible bounding box (thinnest possible
line with no colour) that is 1mm grid aligned.
This has worked perfectly on older versions of Inkscape so I could
quickly and precisely position these objects. However with 0.47 the snap
behaviour has become extremely difficult to handle. It seems now that
every single point in the object will try to act as a snap focus and
accurate positioning is a nightmare :(
Can anyone suggest a way to get bounding box only snapping?
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
I think so, unless someone else has a better idea. If it's any consolation
the scale factor is predictable, you would need to make your original
drawing 80% of its current size. Unless Illustrator allows you to change the
screen units. Inkscape assumes that the default resolution is 90 dpi.
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I'm posting this for a friend so if you need more info I'll have to ask her
My friend has a canon IP5200 printer and when she prints from inkscape the
image comes out smaller.
For e.g. trying to print and cut a 14 x 28 oblong. All measures up in
inkscape, paper set to A4 both in inkscape and the printer, convert to png,
print and hey ho.... my oblong has printed out as a 13 1/2 by 27 oblong.
Does anyone have any ideas how to get the canon to print at 100%, she does
not seem to have a 100% setting or it is not printing at this, I'm not sure
she is having problems printing direct from inkscape so is exporting to png
and printing that as I understand it.
Thanks for any help