Hi,

just submitted a feature request:

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1719842&group_id=93438&atid=604309

Thanks,
Marc

On 15/05/07, Jean-Marc Molina <jmmolina@free.fr> wrote:
Hi,
"Marc Eberhard" <eberhardma@googlemail.com> wrote in message news:6bee70da0704260724k6eec8ef2ld5f54b55d608a4b3@mail.gmail.com ...
After some reading of the SVG reference document on W3C, I realised that the <image> element allows the inclusion of entire files, be they in JPG, PNG or SVG (!) format.
Yes the solution is just to link the SVG file as an image to your SVG file. Link the background to your slides.
As a feature request, it would be great if the import function would allow me to choose, how I import an SVG file. Either have it parsed (the current implementation in inkscape) or leave it as an <image> tag as is done for JPG and PNG imports.
Have you filled an issue to request that feature yet ?

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