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Re: what happened to my drawing



On Tuesday 06 November 2007, Joe Smith wrote:
>Les wrote:
>> ...  Took three applications, Gimp, draw, and snapshot to get what I
>> wanted.  And then the modifications don't quite match the original, but
>> at least it is technically correct which is the most important thing for
>> logical diagrams.
>>
>> I think I need to find an easier way.
>
>If you want nice web graphics, Inkscape is the right way to go: it's
>superior in quality, capability and usability over Draw.
>
>The only areas where Draw has something of an edge is a) it's a bit
>easier to get started with and b) it plays well with the other OOo apps.
>
>I find Draw adequate for simple technical illustrations; Inkscape is a
>lot more artistically powerful.
>
>If you want to post a link to what you're working on, we might be able
>to make some specific suggestions.
>
><Joe

As a subscript to all this, it turns out that draw is in the 2.3.0 version, 
but an entry in the kmenu wasn't made.  That you can fix, and I also found a 
sort of a CAD extension for it while I was moseying around on their site.

But these 'extensions' only work with the later versions according to the web 
page on them at OOo.org.

-- 
Cheers, Gene
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 soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
-Ed Howdershelt (Author)
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I feel better now.


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