bryhoyt wrote:I didn't want to complicate my explanation on the homepage by describing too many internal details, but I guess I should try and be accurate.
I appreciate that you probably have a different workflow than I do
it requires a lot of tedious work to align every single object. The normal process is something like:
bryhoyt wrote:If you create a one-pixel-wide (non-even width) horizontal or vertical line, it should snap to a half pixel.
So I use Inkscape's very useful stretch arrows, with the Ctrl-key held down to keep it proportional, and make it 50% bigger. Suddenly, even if I've got grids turned on:
On my system the path is ..\inkscape\share\extensions. Hope this helps.Foomandoonian wrote:Thanks for this extension bryhoyt. I just downloaded it to give it a test drive, sadly without any luck.
I installed as described, putting the .py and .inx files in ~/.inkscape/extensions (and later I found ~/.config/Inkscape/extensions also). I restart Inkscape, and cannot see any menu entries for PixelSnap. Certainly not under the Extensions menu.
Using Inkscape Devel 0.47 on CrunchBang Linux (Ubuntu basically). Any noob-friendly suggestions warmly welcomed.
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