[texworks] New icon draft

Alain Delmotte esperanto at swing.be
Tue Jul 14 08:39:25 CEST 2009


Stefan Löffler a écrit :
> .../...
>> Now I can not use, for the moment, svg files; even it seems that all
>> specialists prefer them!
> I think Firefox can display them, if you're using it. Other than that,
> there's e.g. Inkscape, a pretty good open source drawing program. But
> then again, there's no necessity for you to install software (that's why
> I usually include png files as well).
> The benefit of svg (or any vector graphics, for that matter) is, that
> you can use them at any size you want. If you resize your average raster
> graphic (jpg, png, whatever) you'll always get some blur effect. In
> addition to that, vector graphics are usually smaller compared to
> high-resolution raster images, because they store how to create the
> image (strokes, colors, etc.) rather than the final outcome.
Inkscape is on my list of programs to learn, but sometimes I have to do 
other things, not always interesting! :-((
> In any case, for icons/logos I prefer vector graphics mainly for the
> first reason (they are instantly available at all sizes).
Is it possible under Windows to use vector icons?


PS Do not too much take my wishes into account, I am not an artist to be 
able/authorized to advice :-)

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