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    Quote Originally Posted by rpage View Post
    Thanks Switcher! I just learned something! Nice!


    Your welcome.

    I have a few more Inkscape things I would like to do screencast for.

    I do all my node edits/design inside Inkscape, after you learn a few shortcuts it really is a strong program.

    I have to say that the trick I use the most, is selecting more than 1 object = Ctrl + Shift keys on the keyboard.

    For anyone looking to save some cash with software, you can't go wrong with Inkscape!





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    Look at the URL to my blog on a Yahoo search, the link takes you to www_turbotax_com
    I think they fixed it



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    New DXF File ---> Design 169


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    Dragonfly ???

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    KSerdar,

    I'm not 100% sure this is a pic of the same 3D dragonfly model?

    Maybe it will help?





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    You are correct ... That is NOT the same model. I still have no idea how it fits together. But, do you have the DXF for your pic?



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    Sorry, I don't have a dxf for that dragonfly.

    Can you tell us, did you get that dxf from here on cnczone, If so what post/thread?


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    Dragonfly ???

    Quote Originally Posted by Switcher View Post
    Sorry, I don't have a dxf for that dragonfly.

    Can you tell us, did you get that dxf from here on cnczone, If so what post/thread?


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    Not really sure ... I think I found it on the Mach forum on Yahoo groups.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KSerdar View Post
    Not really sure ... I think I found it on the Mach forum on Yahoo groups.
    Ok,

    I thought maybe we could track down who posted the dxf?

    I searched 3 times here on cnczone, never did find anything.


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    Hey guys,

    I just stumbled across something that will help save those pesky dxf files in Inkscape, you know, when you go to save the dxf with my dxfR12 extension, then all you get is the little black python window & Inkscape hangs.

    Here goes, when I have a file that hangs, all I do is resize the drawing (make the drawing smaller), that's it!

    To make the drawing smaller:

    1) Select the entire drawing

    2) Hold down the Ctrl key on the keyboard.

    3) Grab 1 of the corners, & drag to make smaller

    This only needs to be done when you want to save as a dxf file. Just don't get extreme with resizing, or it will make the dxf file lines all very sharp angles.


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    Switcher,

    I had figured that one out as well.
    If it helps, I have found that you can do extreme resizing before you do a trace bitmap,
    the file saves quicker,
    and the lines aren't sharp like they are after you do a trace.

    Extreme resizing causes some pretty signifigant errors if done after tracing the image.(double lines open pockets etc.....yuck!!!)

    Still can't do thousands of nodes though. (Like that deer sketch...)
    It would be cool if it would though.

    Last edited by rando; 12-29-2008 at 10:14 PM.


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    Still can't do thousands of nodes though. (Like that deer sketch...)
    It would be cool if it would though.
    Maybe we'll get that worked out some day?




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