Hi Bernhard, Thorsten, all!
Thorsten, although we had some time to discuss this during the FOSDEM,
thanks for that (in public *g*).
Am Freitag, den 04.02.2011, 00:27 +0100 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
For each column (like Writer), you select one of the
placeholders, and set its Object Properties -> Label. For existing
icons, you notice the naming scheme, e.g. "main_128_hc" or
"main_128". Before running the script, of course you need to set
that placeholder layer opacity back to 0, to not have it visible.
As you already did the naming for all the placeholders, we can just
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.
Thank you very much for this possibility to ease the implementation of
new icons in the source!
Could anybody pick up this topic and summarize Thorsten' explanation in
our wiki? Maybe a sub page in our tools section ... It would be great to
have the information available for our future work (anything related to
creating/editing graphics in Inkscape).
Thanks in advance!
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