Thanks! I really appreciate the work you've
done with this library over the years.
Thanks, I am glad that it's useful. :-D
Hopefully, Ian McPhail will update
his stack SVGL to import gradients
and transparency from SVG
drawings. Only then, it will be
possible to design confortably
complete interfaces using only
vector graphics with gradients
You may have read my other message about getting graphics
to be an exact shape, your EPS thing looks like it will solve
the problem for me, thanks!
You are welcome! :-)
Just notice that these EPS are actually files saved as
Adobe Ilustrator 7 or minor.
The reason behind the "EPS" name is because the first
line in these files is: %!PS-Adobe-3.0 EPSF-3.0
Originally, I made this script to import vector clipart
from Compact Disks and stopped depelopment as soon
the script reached this specific purpose.
I've done a lot of importing of AI files today. I find that fresh AI files that have new curves are producing stacks that are zero width and height, but copying the curves into an existing AI that has something in it will give me a file that works.
Thanks for the extra details.
I've done a lot of importing of AI files today. I find that fresh AI files that
have new curves are producing stacks that are zero width and height,
but copying the curves into an existing AI that has something in it will
give me a file that works.
I save as Illustrator 3 ("3", not "CS3"), to try to make things easier.
When you import an Ilustrator file using the Import/Export palette of PenTool 0.32g
the shapes are editable with the tools of PenTool and (this is the most important)
you could Scale/Rotate/Reflect (flip)/Skew the grouped imported vectors using the
Transformation Tools palette in penToolv032g.
But... There is no UNDO. I am sure that it should be easy to make
an UNDO function for this drawing application, but I have not been
able to create an UNDO that works reliable... :-((