I have many gray scale bitmaps that I need to convert to a vector format, such as SVG. I have been using Inkscape, which gives nice results, but this takes about 10-15 minutes to open, convert, and ...
At the moment I'm working with a lot of SVG files and I don't have a good tool to inspect this files. Normally I use feh to take a look at an image, but feh can't show SVG files. Now I'm looking for ...
I am trying to convert an SVG file to PDF in python using the svglib and reportlab packages. Here is the SVG file. <?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG ...
I found that arch provides both oxygen-icons and oxygen-icons-svg, what's the necessity of svg format? Is there something that a PNG image "can't do", maybe performance issue? Not sure about it.
I'm working on some maps I badly need for my MA thesis, using Inkscape, based on a map from Wikimedia Commons. I've opened the original SVG file, edited it and saved it. After closing Inkscape ...
How can I print an SVG, already scaled to a4 size, from the command line? I tried using lpr, but instead the printer just printed out the actual XML of the file, which isn't what I wanted.