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
Hi to all!
I finish my first "a bit producced" video  about SpiroLive feature in
inkscape. I want to do the same whith all others features i develop...
For the moment in the video page i put a share of all sources i use to
develop the video.
Thanks to Martin, Gez and Gabo for his gratefoul offer to make
off-voice, maybe in futures videos i ask to them but while(is enought
easy) i could work whith videos and youtube notes...
The music is far away from the video, like usual and want.
Thanks for your 5 minutes of your live.
Have there been any discussions as to when the next version of Inkscape will be formally released? We've been on 0.48.4 since December 2012. In mid-December 2013 you announced that version .49 would be released as version .91, but since then there has been no information since about version .91 -- what it would do, when it would be available, nothing.
Obviously Inkscape works well enough for my needs, since I'm still using it, I'm just wondering what the plans are for moving it forward.
Christopher B. Wright (wrightc@...537...)
Frequently, I use JessyInk to create presentations. When using jessyink,
i want to show/hide and lock/unlock layers often. Is there a keyboard
shortcut to do this? Can it be created?
Buddy, it helps if you read what I wrote. I never said that the PDFs
created by inkscape are ready for press.
I've always talked about taking them to Scribus to export them as PDF.
You can use an intermediate or late binding workflow that way.
Early binding is simply impossible using Inkscape, but using inkscape as
a tool in your intermediate/late binding pipeline is possible, and valid
for professional print.
I've talked against the knowledge that early-binding is the only way to
go for press. Because it is not.
If you're using an intermediate or late binding workflow, it is not a
problem that Inkscape doesn't support CMYK.
Now, if you want to twist again all that I say just because you want to
win this one, go ahead.
Available on github:
Didn't see a mention of it here --- thought maybe people might find it of interest.
senior graphic designer
Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow.
El lun, 02-06-2014 a las 14:58 +0000,
> You cant give a printer a RGB image and say just print this to this
> profile it should be fine.
Why not? That's exactly what the late-binding workflow consists of.
> The colourspace is CMYK, the profile will depend on the output.
CMYK is the color model, the colorspace depends on the device.
If you want to send CMYK to print, it's important you know WHAT CMYK
Otherwise your CMYK numbers are meaningless (they could have been
designated for a different printer).
I mentioned the two Pantone bridge books for US and Euro markets because
they are a good example of that.
> I don't really want to continue with this thread, whatever you say
> I will agree to (depends on what you say, but I will) and we can
> put it to rest.
Look, I just wanted to help you. I suggest you to investigate a little
more about color management for print, because you have some facts
But it's not just you. A lot of people in the print world are just too
used to the early binding practices, believing that CMYK values stripped
from any colorspace information are better in terms of color rendition
than a color managed conversion from RGB to a specific CMYK profile.
If you're not interested to contiue this thread, fine by me.