Bernhard Dippold wrote:
In the file I got from your link, the placeholders have no filling,
so modification to the opacity doesn't work.
I can't see any color on any object I add to this layer (even with
100% opacity). Can you tell me, where to change this opacity for the
there's a slider in the "Layer" tab in inkscape, that controls
overall layer opacity. I had that turned to 0 already, prior to
running my script on it.
As you already did the naming for all the placeholders, we can just
work on the icons and improve them - as long as we leave the
placeholders (and the positions of the icons) unchanged, the script
will be able to extract the icons.
Yes. This was just to explain the process - and of course it has to
be kept in mind, should someone want to add new icons/new sizes.
Note that the script is stupid, and exports everything with a
properly-formatted label set - so I e.g. did not set labels for the
missing 256 pixel icons. ;)
PS: Would you mind licensing your modifications to the source under
the triple license in the wiki: CC-by-sa/LGPL/MPL ?
This would allow us to use your file as the basis for the next iterations...
Oh not at all, consider that implied for future submissions!
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