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.
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 ...
I have SVG images produced by PlantUML, which has some parts of drawing outside of canvas. It makes it difficult to use such images and I need to crop drawing to canvas size. As I produce UML diagrams ...
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 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 ...
Gedit can show matching parenthesis. Can it do the same with tags of an SVG file ? For example when I mark <text> I need to find closing </text> tag.
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 ...