On Friday 18 May 2007 11:04, heathenx wrote:
heathenx wrote the following on 5/18/2007 10:56 AM:
> anon trol wrote the following on 5/18/2007 8:54 AM:
>> Does anyone know if there's an easy way to grab an image with a
>> scanner and use inkscape to "save to PDF"?
>> ...I'm moving to linux-vile and I'm jonesing for an Acrobat
>> Professional/Distiller "make pdf from scanner" replacement.
>> I don't even care if I have to convert raster data to vector
>> data to do it... just give me my fix!
> i favorite scanner app in ubuntu is kooka. scan your image, save
> it, then print to pdf with cups-pdf, then import into inkscape.
For linux users at least Gimp has provisions for utilizing Xsane
(scanner frontend) as one of the available aquisition tools. You just
have to move a copy of Xsane, or a link thereto, to a directory where
On my system it is:
Since I generally need to massage and/or convert an image before using
it I more often than not use this method of activating Xsane.
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