2010/10/21 Michel Gagnon <email@example.com>
Le 2010-10-21 03:25, David Nelson a écrit :
On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 16:50, David Nelson<firstname.lastname@example.org>
If you're a power user, one might prefer to have a purely
Actually, one program UI that I personally find nicely laid out is
Inkscape... Obviously, this would be more of a power user's layout,
and you could only really offer it if LibO had themes/skins, because
it probably wouldn't be to everyone's taste...
Very nice indeed. However, I still haven't found a way to do anything
significant with it whereas I have no such problems with Draw or Visio.
But it brings the other question: Inkscape is also another vector-based
program that works with an open format. So should't LibreOffice drop the
Draw module and work instead toward a full integration with Inkscape?
I'd like LibO to keep Draw. As I see it, Draw and Inkscape are suited for
different purposes. Draw is mainly for page layout/design (like MS
Publisher) and maybe a little for diagramming (like MS Visio). Inkscape, on
the other hand, has always been more oriented towards graphic designers
Still, it'd be great if LibO had perfect SVG support. :)
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