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On Sun, 2010-10-24 at 14:14 +0800, David Nelson wrote:

1) Would it be technically easy/feasible to integrate it into LibO?
That would be the first question to evaluate...

Probably not simple but also probably not impossible.

2) Will most Draw users want to take onboard the added concepts and
complexities of layers, paths etc, and all those filters and

Just ignore them. I haven't used most of the filters and extensions, but
if I need to I can. I use Inkscape for stuff I could mostly do in Draw,
but I find it easier to use and it's fully svg. We should push for open
standards where they exist as a high priority.

I guess that problem could be solved with a combined theming and menu
configuration capability, so that you can have a fully customizable
UI. Then you could have LibO with UIs and functionality sets designed
for different audiences...

David Nelson

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