Rotating PNG images
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 19:33:37 CET 2018
Erm . . .
Yes: I trace the monochrome images in Inkscape
and then import them into SVG widgets using my homegrown stack.
On 5/3/2018 6:30 pm, hh via use-livecode wrote:
>> Richmond M. wrote:
>> Not much.
>> Luckily I am building images where the part that needs
>> rotating is monochrome so that can
>> be rendered as an SVG and imported into a widget.
>> This is, however, quite beside the point . . .
>> The inability of LiveCode to do something that nearly
>> every other program seems to manage "easily".
> An image can't be rendered as an SVG. Or do you mean that it
> is "traced" to an SVG? This is non-trivial (i.e. not "Not much").
> The "nearly every other programs" (which else than Inkscape and
> Gimp?) can't do it "easily", they all use "Potrace".
> That can LC also easily do. I have already implemented it.
Aha! And is that publically available?
> p.s. Are you really looking for PNGtoSVG in order to rotate an image?
No, I'm not.
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