In versions before -Illustrator 9- that were less compatible with other programs (about
transparency and other stuff) and with exporting and printing those problems were avoid
still having vector illustrations with the -flatten transparency- function especially
when taking the files to the press, and making preview printing. This function is
"used" by illustrator when exporting a PDF version 1.3 or less
Is there or will be in the upcoming version of Inkscape a function like flatten (or
like now in other functions...better)?????? Also it is used in other moments in drawing
Making a bitmap is always an option... but takes more time (and space)
bulia byak <buliabyak@...155...> escribió: On 12/6/05, Brian Burger wrote:
I've tried exporting as EPS and PDF to print in other apps -
Acroread - but exporting to those formats seems to mess up the SVG
gradients, and exporting to another format just to print is a
workaround, not a fix!
Actually it's not so much of a workaround, just the same action done
differently. The only two methods of printing that Inkscape knows are:
via Postscript or via bitmap. Postscript breaks transparency. Bitmap
does not, but it may give huge files. Whether you do this directly by
Print command or you export first and print the file later, the result
is the same.
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