[Scribus] ANNOUNCE Release of Scribus 1.1.0
Thu Sep 11 13:58:58 CEST 2003
Peter Linnell wrote
> > Could you give those of us new to SVG a brief intro? I understand it
> > conceptually (XML-based graphics... very efficient, flexible,
> > compatible, cool, etc.), but how does it apply here? For example, I
> > assume this is for geometric and "cartoonish" graphics, leaving
> > photo-realism to PNG.
> Glad you asked. I just loaded an updated basic introduction:
> That said, SVG has a lot of potential. It is great for working with
> certain kinds of graphics like maps, logos and on the web it could
> replace a great number of flash objects without needing a flash plug-in
> - although I personally do not like flash very much.
My 0.02 Euro: SVG is almost equal supported by Adobe Illustrator in
comparison to its native PostScript based format.
ALT Linux Documentation Team
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