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I know nothing about graphic design, and am trying to make a flyer for a
club I'm a member of.

Inkscape and GIMP are pretty big, so I'm first trying LibreOffice Draw.

To get a clean look when zooming in, I used ImageMagick's Convert to turn
the club's logo from PNG to PNM, and then used Potrace to turn the PNM into

c:\Apps\ImageMagick\convert.exe logo.png logo.pnm
c:\Apps\potrace\potrace.exe -s -o logo.svg logo.pnm

Problem is, when importing the SVG in Draw, it's black and white, while the
original was orange.

What would you recommend I do to either keep the original color when
converting, and re-colorize the SVG for use in Draw?

Thank you.

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