Anyone know how I could layout/hack a single Inkscape SVG file so that I
can get a multi-page PDF out the other end?
Inkscape -> layout tricks (maybe layers?) -> some process (maybe command
line) -> PDF file with pages.
At the moment I am laying-out logos and designs on a single 'page' which
can be as tall as 9000 pixels.
Is there a way to 'chop' a single PDF page like that into smaller chunks?
I think the Inkscapers group on DeviantArt
(http://inkscapers.deviantart.com/) is underused. Scislac made me a
moderator some time ago, but the configuration of the group gives little
opportunity to develop the group--not that I know much about DA groups yet.
I would like to help build up the popularity of the group if I could have my
access elevated to explore its setup. I'm hoping Scislac is reading this
mailing list or that someone can pass on my request.
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I've just created a new DeviantART account and joined Inkscapers.
I'm working on an On30 model railroad module and creating cardstock
structures using Inkscape and GIMP. As soon as I get caught up, I'll share
some of the images. You can see some of them here:
BTW - I'm going to be a BaltiCon this Memorial Day weekend and will be
giving a presentation on using Inkscape and other Open Source Tools for the
Creative Individual. I'm going to be mentioning this group in my handouts.
Let's see if we can get things moving.
E.C. "*Stan*" Field
*Reality is the Illusion!*
I just wanted to drop a quick note that the Libre Graphics Meeting has scheduled a general Inkscape team meeting for today at noon (two hours from now).
To try to be inclusive (especially since not many Inkscape contributors made it to Montreal this time) I'll be on IRC throughout the meeting and try to bridge some of the questions and conversation. I would encourage any who are able to get on our IRC room and ask as well as answer questions, goals, etc.
Does anyone know what license covers the Inkscape logo. Many open source
project are using restrictive licenses to cover their visial identity.
Is it the case with Inkscape?
I'm asking because I usually release my work under Creative commons but
I'm not sure if I can include the logo and release if the logo is under
something like gpl which would require me to release un the same license.
I other words. Can I use the logo in something like this
And release it under Creative common?
Creating links in inkscape and have them work in an exported pdf; is it
still not possible?
Any way around it, like exporting to something else and use some other
tool to make the pdf?
Any pointers as to what I can try?.
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at first let me express how much I am impressed by Inkscape.
Since the 0.48 version (text upper/lower case at last!) Inkscape has
grown into a viable alternative to Illustrator here. Thanks to the devs
and all the others who contributed!
Maybe someone can help me with my Latex formula issue?
Using 0.48 with Linux Mint 9 (Isadora) when I render a formula, an info
box pops up saying that the called script has given additional
information to inkscape, no error had been thrown and the result might
be unusable (sorry, dialogue in german so no literal citation), the
message inside the box is "Segmentation fault". The formula gets
rendered correctly though.
It's not a big thing, but having to click away that dialogue each time I
render a formula in order to see the result is a bit annoying. I can
find no log files, strace shows nothing of interest. So maybe someone
can help me find the cause of the message or a way to suppress it.