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Re: Round 2 has ended



On Wed, 2008-02-13 at 16:31 -0500, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Martin Sourada wrote:
> > On Wed, 2008-02-13 at 15:59 -0500, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> >> Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
> >>> Isn't it ironic the two themes that made on round 3 for Fedora 9 are 
> >>> done by two Echo icon theme developers?
> >> I'm not an Echo icon developer and I did quite a bit of work on waves...
> >>
> >> ~m
> >>
> > Yeah, and thanks for that, it's great. 
> > 
> > BTW. I wanted to play around with some of the sulphuric F9 alpha banners
> > (and perhaps create matching background for the theme) you made, but
> > inkscape seems to have problems with it. I even tried latest development
> > snapshot of inkscape (it has a lot of new great features, btw) with no
> > luck. Did you saved the SVG as 'Plain SVG' or 'Inkscape SVG' (I think
> > that could matter)?
> 
> It's Inkscape SVG. I can try to resave as plain SVG?
> 
Perhaps. You might be able see the difference in e.g. eog or in nautilus
preview (it is pretty as much misrendered as in inkscape)

> I'm using the Oct 26 autopackage build. Do the latest snapshots install 
> on Fedora using autopackage?
> 
> ~m
> 

I've built it from source that I downloaded recently from their svn (and
did it as local install, so that I didn't messed up my rpm installed
inkscape). Just plain ./autogen.sh, installing all needed *-devel
pkgs, ./configure --prefix=..., make and make install ;-)

The latest rawhide package is built from sources into rpm, but it seems
there are some patches as well (not sure whether taken from upstream, or
fedora specific). No autopackage.

Martin

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