Hey, I was looking at the tavmjong Guide and noticed an Appendix page for Inkview
(http://tavmjong.free.fr/INKSCAPE/MANUAL ... kview.html). It says it's a program for displaying .svg files. I would find this really helpful, because I normally use the thumbnail view in the Windows Explorer Pictures directory, to organize and access my images. But .svg files can't be displayed. This means I have to remember the exact file names of my .svg images, to find them. So if there were a program that displays .svg files, which it sounds like Inkview is, it would be really helpful to me.
So my question is how activate Inkview. On the page I referenced above, it says
Inkview can only be used from the command line.
But I don't know 1) how to use the command line to access Inkview, or more importantly 2) if this program would really display .svg files in Windows Explorer, as I described above, if it can only be called up from Start > Run > cmd.exe.
Can anyone please clear this up for me?
Thanks for your help