Just an absolute newbie running Inkscape 0.48.2 in a well working,
really beautiful, vintage declared but loved computer (2.1 GHz PowerPC
G5 & Mac OS X.5.8).
To get Previews from the Open Clip Art Library*, it is needed to be
registered at the openclipart.org site and fill up the user account data
in the Inkscape Preferences**?
* File > Import from Open Clip...
** Import/Export > Open Clip Art Library Username & Password.
Eneko Gotzon Ares
Hey, my name is Anna, I am a Free Software advocate from the UK. I am
working for Open Initiative http://funding.openinitiative.com/ at the
moment on their new feature-by-feature Free Software crowd funding
I am also an Inkscape user (here is something I made
So, some a question - which features would you just LOVE to see in
Inkscape? What is missing?
I will compile a list, using emails, forum posts, Facebook messages and
the current list on the forums. I will also be talking to developers of
I know crowd funding campaigns often don't get past the ideas stage
because all the words and pictures are hard work to put together and
people are busy etc - but I am here to help prepare the campaigns, which
I am delighted to do, for at least the next month. My time is your time ;)
Let me know
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'm currently attempting to address a bug in another prorgam called
nodebox, whereby the svg parser has trouble interpreting svgs that
have their path commands concatenated. Bug link
> [nodebox svg parser] can' t handle svg paths where the commands are concatenated to the values to preserve space. (i.e. 482.36a16 should be read as 482.36 a 16 but NodeBox reads it as one thing)
Of course one answer is for the developers to improve their svg
parser, but in the meantime Is there any way to save svgs in Inkscape
where path commands aren't concatenated/joined? Are their any external
tools I could use?
I just tried something I'm pretty confident I did in the past: I pasted a
bitmaps from another program (Irfan View, and later Photoshop) into
Inkscape. It was a small bitmap - 24x24 pixels. But no matter what I did it
appeared with a size of 11.81x11.81 pixels. Is this a bug or am I doing
something wrong? I tired fiddling with the bitmap preferences in inkscape,
and also changing the image resolution to 90 px/inch on the programs I
copied from, but nothing helped.
I'm using Inkscape 0.48+devel r12395.
Happy GNU Year from GNU C-Graph - the free software package that makes
learning about convolution easy!
Done with Inkscape, of course. There's lots to learn. Enjoy!!
Freedom - no pane, all gaiGN!
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I have my own modified Inkscape icons, and I edit the icons again after
layout change in the 'icons.svg' a few years back. But with Inkscape 4,8
I have the ugliest vector program on earth. The 'layer icons' is to big,
even if I change back to the original icons svg file. But direct after
the installation of Ubuntu studio, with Inkscape it was honky dory.
Preferences do not change the layer icons, but all other icons in Inkscape.
Ubuntu studio 64 bit 13.10
I have my own made icon theme, and it have a old "index.theme" file.
Should I search for the problem in that file?*