On 31 August 2012 15:33, Dennis Melling <dennismelling.rom@...155...> wrote:
I am using 0.48 but will check out 0.49, when possible.
I have attached the image that I am currently having problems with. I
completed the image and then realised that I had misplaced a layer and the
nose and mouth needed extra work. That is when the trouble started!
The image is so badly corrupted because I down graded the filters and now
can no longer return to the original settings............
I have found that I can avoid the Inkscape 'export to bitmap' by saving a
copy to Gimp and then exporting from there. This is lightning fast :)
I checked the 0.49x download site and it says that there aren't any
download files available?
On 31 August 2012 14:01, Jasper van de Gronde <th.v.d.gronde@...226...>wrote:
> On 31-08-12 12:01, Dennis Melling wrote:
> > Hi
> > That is great information, I will look into these work arounds but I am
> > still very disappointed with Inkscape.
> > After reading lots of positives about the program I thought that it
> > would be very good.
> > When I reach my final image with the filter effects applied I can no
> > longer edit anything and converting to a bitmap image is like crashing
> > your head into a brick wall:(
> Sad to hear you're having so much trouble. Have you tried the current
> development version (0.49)? It has a different renderer and can be quite
> a bit faster in certain cases (among other things, the cache has been
> improved). There are "nightly" builds available from the site (although
> the link seems to be down at the moment, if you have trouble accessing
> it, feel free to ask on the list for a build and I or someone else with
> Windows will provide it).
> If you still have problems with the development version, I'd love to see
> an example of a really bad performing image, to see where the problem
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