Hi and thank you for your hint. Unfortunately, I was talking about another feature. The former svg2latex is now in the pdf-export dialog. (see this link: http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/Release_notes/0.48#New_LaTeX_export_for_PDF.2FEPS.2FPS).
I guess this function is not part of a Python script anymore.

Am 20.06.2011 17:19, schrieb Lars Behrens:
Am 15.06.2011 11:00, schrieb Jan Schmidtbauer:

Thank you for the quick reply,
of course I could insert a \small in every Latex input. To change it in
the generated Latex file would be elegant but not if I had to do it by
hand. In Inkscape 0.47 I used these feature as a plug-in svg2latex and
there was a corresponding Python file, were I changed the font size.
Unfortunately, now the Latex export is included in Inkscape and I can't
find this Python file anymore.
The file eqtexsvg.py is the one, which is in
/usr/share/inkscape/extensions here.

If you replace the line



	tex.write('\\small' + equation)

it should work, replace 'small' with whatever size u want. Ugly hack, 
but worx. :-)



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