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Graphics: Fun With Inkscape and SVG


If you want to download Inkscape, don't bother with the link in the article; it's a Windows .zip file. The Inkscape download page has source tarballs, RPM's, and Autopackage format for you Linux users...
For those that don't know, Inkscape is a free and open source vector image editor, much like Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator. Vector editors differ from photo editors in that your drawings always remain a bunch of parts that get rendered, rather than being saved as pixels. For example, if you draw a circle, the file will contain information about the position and radius of the circle, as well as its color and outline rather than thousands of little dots representing the image.
 read more | mail this link | score:1118 | -Ray, May 19, 2005
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