QCAD Bugtracker

  • Status Closed
  • Percent Complete
    100%
  • Task Type Feature Request
  • Category QCAD (main)
  • Assigned To
    Andrew
  • Operating System All
  • Severity Low
  • Priority Defer
  • Reported Version 3.4.6
  • Due in Version Undecided
  • Due Date Undecided
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Attached to Project: QCAD Bugtracker
Opened by Guy - 14.02.2014
Last edited by Andrew - 15.02.2014

FS#1024 - Manage the layers of Inkscape

When we want to import a document SVG of Inkscape, copies are not managed.
All the elements contained in the various copies find themselves in one and the same copy 0 in QCad-Prof.

It is necessary to convert the file SVG in DXF before being able to use him(it) in QCad.
It is impractical.

Closed by  Andrew
15.02.2014 09:06
Reason for closing:  Won't implement
-- commented on 14.02.2014 11:59

I think this is a restraint with SVG itself and more likely something that Inkscape need to develop, please correct me if I'm wrong but you would have the same issues with AutoCAD and the like!

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Andrew commented on 15.02.2014 09:06

DXF export in Inkscape is indeed the preferred way to transfer Inkscape SVG files to QCAD.

Guy commented on 15.02.2014 13:15

If you say so!
But the Inkscape software is a software of the very first order in the world of the "free". Qcad also says to be a "free" software and thus, to create a footbridge between both seems so natural for me. It could interest it more of one if we could pass from Qcad to Inkscape and vice(defect) - et-versa without having to convert files.

Si vous le dites !
Mais le logiciel Inkscape est un logiciel de tout premier ordre dans le monde du "libre". Qcad se dit aussi être un logiciel "libre" et donc, créer une passerelle entre les deux semble tellement naturel à mes yeux. Cela pourrait en intéresser plus d'un si on pouvait passer de Qcad à Inkscape et vice-et-versa sans avoir à convertir les fichiers.

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