This export possibility is brilliant.
I think there's a bug in the handling of stroke colour (or
width) for paths: saving as latex+pstricks a path with no stroke
(but a fill colour) gives a path with a stroke in the tex file.
Also, there's no dialog offering *not to* save text as curves,
as is the case with the postscript export. This is a pity, since
one could then include latex commands in the text (as is possible
with xfig). One could always explicitely convert (some of) the
text to paths in order to prevent it from being interpreted by
As well, keeping track of the labels in the saved tex file would
help. They could even be included as PStricks "nodes", so
additional pstricks commands could be added in the latex
document (such as an arrow between an element of the drawing
and an element of the latex document it's included in).
Anyway, thanks a lot for this brilliant tool! I'm using Inkscape
as well for fun as for work (scientific sketches), and it's
Sorry if some of the above has already been reported, mailman
archives utility is out of order as I write.
Inkscape 0.45.1 (Build 18 July 2007)
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On 7/20/07, Joce Etienne <Joce@...> wrote:
> I think there's a bug in the handling of stroke colour (or
> width) for paths: saving as latex+pstricks a path with no stroke
> (but a fill colour) gives a path with a stroke in the tex file.
Please make sure to submit a bug report on that, attaching sample file
and all relevant details.
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