Synonyms for inkscape or Related words with inkscape


Examples of "inkscape"
The Inkscape FAQ interprets the word "Inkscape" as a compound of "ink" and "".
Inkscape can "natively export" the following formats:
Inkscape can natively import the following formats:
From version 0.91 Inkscape can save as .sif file format.
Preinstalled graphics programs include: GIMP, Inkscape and Shotwell.
Compatibility with Inkscape: Inkscape's native format is SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), which is supported by AI, but the two implementations are not 100% compatible. Inkscape also exports to PS, EPS and PDF, formats which Illustrator can recognize.
Inkscape is packaged for all major Linux distributions (including Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE).
Inkscape stores preferences in one XML file located at codice_3 (on Linux) and codice_4 (on Windows).
Version 0.46 and later of Inkscape allows PDF editing through an intermediate translation step involving Poppler.
Graphics: Includes Gimp, Inkscape, desktop publishing software Scribus and gLabels labels designer.
Since 2005 Inkscape has participated in the Google Summer of Code program.
Inkscape has a comprehensive tool set to edit paths, as they are the basic element of a vector file.
Sodipodi is an open-source vector graphics editor, discontinued in 2004, which is the predecessor to Inkscape.
As of July 2015, Conservancy had 30 member projects, including QEMU, Boost, BusyBox, Git, Inkscape, Samba, Sugar Labs and Wine.
In and Inkscape, for example, only the second method works. In GTK only the third method works.
Various graphical frontends are available for the command-line application Potrace. Notably, it has been integrated with Inkscape, giving Inkscape its "Trace Bitmap" action. FontForge can use Potrace to import a bitmap image into a font. Potrace is also used by the music engraving program LilyPond.
For a long time, unlike many other GTK+ applications, Inkscape used its own rendering library to create graphics, called codice_5. From version 0.91 on, Inkscape uses Cairo to render graphics, which brought a significant increase in rendering speed of the application.
SVG images can be produced by the use of a vector graphics editor, such as Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash Professional or CorelDRAW, and rendered to common raster image formats such as PNG using the same software. Inkscape uses a (built-in) potrace to import raster image formats.
One of the main priorities of the Inkscape project is interface consistency and usability. This includes efforts to follow the GNOME human interface guidelines, universal keyboard accessibility, and convenient on-canvas editing. Inkscape has achieved significant progress in usability since the project started.
This can be fixed with Inkscape or other SVG editors. In some cases, this can also be fixed by using the "pos" attribute to specify a position.