That's not quite true - Inkscape supports PDF natively i.e. without depending on any external tools like Ghostscript. What is happening when opening or importing an EPS file is that the file is first converted to PDF on-the-fly (using ps2pdf from Ghostscript) and then imported into Inkscape as PDF, using the internal dialog with the PDF import options.druban wrote:try to open a (small ) PDF. It uses the same ghostscript engine as eps.
I REALLY need to edit this EPS file, is there any step by step easy to follow directions for adding the extention/ghostscript or whatever I need to add to open this EPS file?
Why do you bother about 'Dia Input' when you need PostScript support (EPS Input, PS Input)? The 'Dia Input' is in no way related to importing PostScript-based file formats (PS/EPS) in Inkscape.shinjui wrote:I continue to have the recurring error in the extension-errors.log file:
Extension "Dia Input" failed to load because a dependency was not met.
description: The dia2svg.sh script should be installed with your Inkscape distribution. If you do not have it, there is likely to be something wrong with your Inkscape installation.
ps2pdf myepsfile.eps newpdffile.pdf
C:\Program Files\gs\gs9.14\lib;C:\Program Files\gs\gs9.14\bin;
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