From: Nicu Buculei <nicu@ap...> - 2006-03-14 07:00:06
Bryce Harrington wrote:
> I'm definitely biased, but I've never really liked working in OpenDraw.
> It's got all the features, sure, but getting a nice looking drawing is a
> real chore compared with Inkscape.
I can echo this, I just can't stand the way the Bezier tool work in OOo
Draw and the lack of antialiasing for drawings.
But they will have a transition to a Cairo based canvas, so expect nice
looking antialiased graphics:
> I think the biggest advantage Inkscape has over OpenDraw is that we're
> much more active - drawing is the *only* thing we focus on, whereas with
> the OpenOffice developers, drawing is more of a secondary feature. But
> I've never actually talked with an OO Draw developer so who knows...
Again, you are correct: OOo Draw is not really a separate application,
it is in fact a special case of the presentation application, Impress,
used in a single page mode.
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