[scribus] Sankey diagrams in Scribus 1.3.8
ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Mon Sep 20 08:12:25 CEST 2010
so: yes, scribus and inkscape do share some common formats (svg, eps,
for a sankey diagram you should be able to safely import a svg created
by inkscape (and saved as plain svg) into scribus.
some features implemented by inkscape are not yet recognized by
you will have to check if your graphics are being correctly
imported into scribus.
if you're doing photo realistic graphics, you will probably hit
scribus' limits. if you're just doing some graphs, you should be
on the safe side (the biggest concern will probably be related to the
text import: you may have to vectorialize it when exporting the file;
gradients may also be an issue)
> Being an illustration/drawing app, Inkscape can save your
> vectors as .ps, .eps, .ai, .dxf and many other formats,
> along with some .svg formats.
> Gradients and transparencies may or may not be passed along.
> Trial and error as usual...
> Sveinn í Felli
> Þann sun 19.sep 2010 19:52, skrifaði Owen:
> > No
> > Open an Inscape svg file in a text editor
> > Open a Scribus sla file in a text editor
> > Compare
> > They are both xml, but that's the end of the similarity
> > Scribus can import, as a vector file, some Inkscape files. Not all
> > of Inkscape features are supported by Scribus
> > Owen
> >> Do Scribus and Inkscape share a common file format?
> >> On Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 10:33 AM, a.l.e<ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:
> >>> you can do it with scribus. and it's probably better to use bezier
> >>> curves /
> >>> lines.
> >>> but, if you have to do more than one of them and want to have a
> >>> tool which
> >>> really helps you getting the task done, you should consider using
> >>> inkscape.
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