Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-706348656-1285451604=:69549" --0-706348656-1285451604=:69549 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Perhaps not useful for exporting to EPS but for those who want easily flatt= en =0Atransparency of complex objects including shadows or other effects he= re are two =0Asimple filters : "Opaque background" adds a white opaque back= ground and "Opaque =0Abackground color" is the same + one flood primitive w= hich allows to color the =0Abackground of the filter area.=0A=0AAn useful t= ip : group already filtered objects before applying these filters =0A(that'= s not necessary for unfiltered semi-transparent bitmaps).=0A=0Aivan=0A=0A= =0A=0A=0A________________________________=0ADe : Alexandre Prokoudine =0A=C0 : inkscape-devel@lists.sourceforge.net=0A= Envoy=E9 le : Mar 21 septembre 2010, 21h 22min 53s=0AObjet : Re: [Inkscape-= devel] our logo in EPS=0A=0AOn 9/21/10, Pajarico wrote:=0A=0A> Dumb questio= n: where is the svg file? :D=0A=0Ashare/icons/inkscape.svg?=0A=0A> I'll try= to export it (the "old" one) to PDF and flatten the=0A> transparencies wit= h Acrobat Pro or Illustrator. I don't know if there=0A> are tools in Linux = for this.=0A=0AIt's somewhat ironic that we need proprietary tools for that= :)=0A=0AThank you for your willingness to help.=0A=0AAlexandre Prokoudine= =0Ahttp://libregraphicsworld.org=0A=0A-------------------------------------= -----------------------------------------=0AStart uncovering the many advan= tages of virtual appliances=0Aand start using them to simplify application = deployment and=0Aaccelerate your shift to cloud computing.=0Ahttp://p.sf.ne= t/sfu/novell-sfdev2dev=0A_______________________________________________=0A= Inkscape-devel mailing list=0AInkscape-devel@lists.sourceforge.net=0Ahttps:= //lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/inkscape-devel=0A=0A=0A=0A --0-706348656-1285451604=:69549 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Perhaps not useful for exporting to EPS but for those who want easi= ly flatten transparency of complex objects including shadows or other effec= ts here are two simple filters : "Opaque background" adds a white opaque ba= ckground and "Opaque background color" is the same + one flood primitive wh= ich allows to color the background of the filter area.

An useful tip= : group already filtered objects before applying these filters (that's not= necessary for unfiltered semi-transparent bitmaps).

ivan
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De : Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre.prokoudine@gmail.com>
=C0 : inkscape-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Envoy=E9 le : Mar 21 septembre 2010, 2= 1h 22min 53s
Objet : Re: [Inkscape-devel] our logo in EPS

On 9/21/10, Pajarico = wrote:

> Dumb question: where is the svg file? :D

share/ic= ons/inkscape.svg?

> I'll try to export it (the "old" one) to PDF = and flatten the
> transparencies with Acrobat Pro or Illustrator. I d= on't know if there
> are tools in Linux for this.

It's somewha= t ironic that we need proprietary tools for that :)

Thank you for yo= ur willingness to help.

Alexandre Prokoudine
http://libregraphicsworld.org

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