chrisdruif at ubuntu.com
Sun Jul 29 10:42:05 UTC 2012
On 29 July 2012 12:19, Shubham Mishra <mishrashubham2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 29, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote
>>Let's say I've got two identically circles and I want to edit stroke and
>>fill of both circles. Is it possible to link both circles, so that
>>editing one fill, will edit the fill of the other circle in the same
>>way? I also guess that if this should be possible, it would reduce data,
>>not only work.
> In Inkscape you can select both the circles with shift+click (you need
> to have the select tool enabled for this). And then after selecting
> ctrl+G will group the objects. Then both will have the same fill and
> stroke and other properties. They will even move together. It wouldn't
> reduce file size though.
>>The Inkscape version of Ubuntu Studio Precise supports different sorts
>>of SVG files and PDF. What is the most "common" SVG format? For sharing
>>the files with other software, would there be any benefit when using PDF
> Plain SVG should be fine. Don't try svgz or other formats. PDF makes
> the file uneditable. It is only for viewing purposes.
>>What kind of CC license or other license is needed, that Linux distros
>>can use artwork?
> At least for Ubuntu Studio it is "Creative Commons Legal Code
> Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5"
I've got some good informative links for everyone.  is a easy to
read guide for using inkscape.
 is about the CreativeCommons.org licenses and from the same site a
 selector tool to choose a good license for your work.
With metta, Chris
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