On Sat, Jan 13, 2007 at 04:59:54PM +0000, Gijsbert Stoet wrote:
> Dear fellow Inkscape friends,
> I like Inkscape and prefer to draw my slides using Inkscape.
> I coded a script for easily creating a PDF file out of a set of SVG
> files that can be used for presentations (each page being a slide).
> It allows you to create incremental slides, using the xml ID tages of
> SVG. Using shift+ctrl+o you can easily change these tags.
> Acrobat reader or evince work great in full screen, and acrobat is
> available on nearly every computer.
> I have made everything (programs and manpage) available on a webpage:
> I just finished it, and it works fine for me; however, there might still
> be some errors in it.
> There is also a short PDF tutorial/example (both in one!) on the webpage.
Nice. Last semester I needed such a tool and created my own that makes
pngs which then make OOo Impress file and then optionally pdf from
there. Your tool is much more interesting, though - the incremental
Wouldn't it be even move convenient to put all files in presentation/
directory and name them
that would define the sequence without the need for 'list' file and you
could always add 0015.svg later without renaming the rest. I used that
approach without a problem.