On Jan 23, 2010, at 11:57 AM, Vladimir Efremov wrote:
I just did a drawing, SAVED AS svg and opened it in Amaya. (Don’t
know what you mean by export.)
Yes, that’s exactly what I’ve meant. I think that the inability to
SAVE AS SVG should be the limitation of demo.
Looks like it.
BTW, I’ve noticed that version 3.0.1 dates back to year 2008. Does
the development continue?
I think so but I really wouldn’t know. For a variety of reasons, I am
always at least one system behind, etc. E.g. right now, I am running
gwtex under 10.4.11 (even though gwtex hasn’t been supported for a
couple of years.)
Beyond that, there is always the danger of “featuritis”: A wants x, B
wants y, etc and before you know it nobody can handle the application.
I really like this product, especially after I’ve seen samples
created with it.
I used to use Canvas and, er, wasn’t entirely won over. (I was taken
to task for saying I had hated every second of it so I won’t say it
Sure, there are things that annoy me with Intaglio. For instance, you
can resize arrowheads only for the whole drawing, that is you cannot
have little arrowheads and big arrowheads in the same drawing unless
you make them yourself and store them in the library from where they
can be re-used. There are other things like that, like why Cmd shift
i for italics when, say, TextEdit uses Cmd i? Above all, the one
problem is that the documentation is organized in a rather
idiosyncratic way. But, eventually, you end up finding what you need.
So, yes, it’s far from perfect. But I have never had any real
complaint with Intaglio.
In fact far from it. I find it really comfortable to work with and it
can do a lot. But then I am not a professional illustrator either.
Altogether, I am quite happy with Intaglio and am not about to look
for anything else any time soon.
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