And the winner (by quite a bit, actually) is Euphoria Script!
Thanks to everyone for the votes and helping us choose a new open font.
The new font will be deployed to the website and relevant graphics.
You can start using it now in your inkscape-related materials by
downloading it here:
(includes font and ofl license files).
Have fun, and thanks again for the help!
please, if you speak Italian and know a little about how Inkscape works
together with plotters, could you try and help answer an
Italian-speaking user's question in the Inkscape answers section at
(remember to subscribe to the question, so you will receive any answers
and thank you's ;-) )
Hi, I just commit a github to export images to SVG.
Batch mode (GUI and Command line)
Export jpg, png,gif,bmp,tiff
Export a XCF files (With nested layers, text as image or text...)
I hope you like it.
Because of this mistake:
"Re: Architectural drawings?
Postby Lazur URH » Wed Sep 07, 2016 6:19 pm
Sorry for the missing post by philip_rhoades, seems I made a big
Will try to fix it."
I keep getting a message that I have been "Permanently Banned from the
Forum" - I have been waiting for a quite a while now and have sent a
number of notes to the Administrator but the problem has not been fixed
- does anyone have any influence that can help get this problem
PO Box 896
Cowra NSW 2794
When I create a new image, I get a page that, in Landscape mode, is 800
units wide and 600 units high. I know that the origin for the SVG
y-axis is at the top-left of the screen and the positive direction is
down and the reverse is the case for the Inkscape y-axis and I am not
concerned for this exercise about printed output. I just want the
absolute units on the screen to correspond to the absolute units in the
SVG file that Inkscape produces - is this possible? (I couldn't find
anything in the program or Googling . .)
PO Box 896
Cowra NSW 2794
We have an Inkscape User mailing list that is a great place to ask
about questions like this, I went ahead and CC'd it here. It is a great
place for finding info on using Inkscape.
I think that your problem here is probably related to the origin.
Inkscape was designed with a Print mindset, putting the axis in the
bottom left corner instead of a computer graphics mindset where it is
in the upper left corner. SVG doesn't match that. So that means that
Inkscape is translating the positions from the GUI to the SVG document.
On Sun, 2016-09-11 at 11:15 +0000, Henry wrote:
> Hello gentlemen,
> The Question is: How vertical coordinate calculated in Inkscape?
> Is there a formula to calculate it?
> I want programarlly put the image at the corner of (0, 0)
> coordinates. Actually my purpose is scale the 3406.svg to half width,
> keep original height, and put the new scaled image at (0, 0), top
> left corner or bottom left corner, never mind. Then I combine another
> image at the right area and the two parts must be aligned.
> Please kindly refer the attached python script.
> Could you, Sir, give me any suggestion?
> Best wishes to you and your family!
> On Saturday, September 10, 2016 6:30 PM, Henry <deseaf@...12...>
> Hi Gentlemen,
> Sorry, excuse me. Maybe I should only report this to Mr. Ted Gould,
> because I see Mr. Ted is the administrator of Inkscape project on
> How can I set the x, y of the Horizontal and Vertical coordinate both
> to zero in Inkscape and keep the scale value at (0, path-height) of
> matrix property in svg file NOT CHANGED. The scale value is the last
> two number in matrix property, the x, y of the Horizontal and
> Vertical coordinate will change automatically when I set the matrix
> property to (0, path-height). On the other hand, the last two number
> in matrix property will change automatically when I set the x, y of
> the Horizontal and Vertical coordinate.
> Such behaviour of Inkscape troubled and puzzled me, please refer the
> Could I report it as a bug or can anyone give me some explain about
> it, any help will be great appreciation for me.
> Best Regards,
in the Inkscape answers section, there's a question in pt-br.
Is anyone who speaks the language available to explain the copy-pasting
of a gradient from one object to another to a noob in Portuguese?
(I understand when it's written, but can't speak or write, and google
translate is a bit clunky - also, there's mostly the spammers and me
answering any questions in the answers section, I'd like to see that
You are not as disappointed as I am with you. Irregular is right.
How dare you speak to me this way. You were clearly told, before you went ahead and made the page live, that I did not have a working picture plugin. I am not responsible if you do not provide the tools needed to upload image files. It was and/or ought to have been clear to anyone with eyes to see, that the test page relied on external links, and you were directed to this fact.
Further, I did not ask you to download files from my web-site. In fact you downloaded the said files without asking, and without my consent. Is this how you generally behave, and treat artists? If so, shame on you, and shame on you for doing it to me. I provided links to those resources only, and not the resources themselves, Inkscape have no claim on them, or right to host those image files. Please remove them, and please refer this matter to the Board.
It seems to me, it was a very small thing indeed, especially in the circumstances to ask that someone replace dirty files with clean ones, not least because I did not have the tools, and/or permissions to replace them at that time. We were so close to getting the thing right, and your hostile reaction is totally innapropriate. I have put a lot of hard work into this project, and I have had few thanks for doing so. As a reward for my effort, you have taken artwork which does not belong to you, and in addition you removed my editor priviledges. I cannot trust, or work with you again.
Whatever your problem is, it should be with yourself with who you are disappointed, and to be treated and spoken too, by you in this way, is wholly unacceptable. Thanks to you, I have deleted, the guides, and viewBox extension files from my resources directory. I am more dissapointed than you can possiblt know, or imagine, and you can of course file your own bug report.
I will not be the assignee for the 'No page for vectors vs. Bitmaps' bug, thank you.
---- On Fri, 02 Sep 2016 16:23:22 +0000 Martin Owens <doctormo@...155...> wrote ----
@ugajin - The files you provided on the page were published as live.
I'm disappointed that you have come back to me now, after the publish
time, to tell me the graphics were not the final versions.
This is highly irregular and I will not change the files at this time.
When we come back to this page in the future, we can update the
graphics. But I have committed the page in it's current state and with
that I complete this long bug report as Fixed Released. Please open
another bug report to update the graphics.
Maren if you need to track the svg picture plugin issue, or a bug report
to make our own plugin, please go ahead.
** Changed in: inkscape-web
Importance: Undecided => Low
** Changed in: inkscape-web
Status: New => Fix Released
** Changed in: inkscape-web
Assignee: (unassigned) => rant (ugajin)
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** (inkscape.exe:66232): WARNING **: unknown type: v:textRect
** (inkscape.exe:66232): WARNING **: unknown type: v:textBlock
When I run inkscape from the command line to do things like convert to PDF,
I get a bunch of these warnings. The drawings i'm converting were drawn in
Any idea on how to either: suppress the warnings, or fix the issue? opening
the drawing in inkscape GUI does not show any anomalies.
-Andrew Louie :wq