Michael P. Soulier
msoulier at digitaltorque.ca
Mon Apr 9 18:05:42 CEST 2012
On 09/04/12 William Adams said:
> GIMP is only useful for such when one is willing to accept flatting out text
> or vector elements to pixels.
I don't follow. It doesn't maintain vector to vector graphics?
Inkscape is handy for SVG, which convert to EPS, although I've had some issues
getting the look the way I like it.
The graphics situation in LaTeX is frustrating. For someone who just wants to
include an image without knowing much about them, a word processor is far
simpler. I keep using LaTeX because I'm stubborn, and I don't like word
processors very much.
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