SVG Editors, anyone?
livfoss at mac.com
Sat Aug 6 04:33:19 EDT 2016
aybe I spoke too soon - AffinityDesigner looks great (and affordable), although I am not sure I could train myself adequately to use it.
Still, I will try both Inkscape and AffinityDesigner. My first goal is to make a widget which displays a fairly photo-realisitic graphic that can be changed by setting its properties - the simplest possible example I can think of is a light switch (it’s either on or off!) but I am hoping for stuff a lot more complicated than that.
> On 5 Aug 2016, at 22:52, Beda Sellung Posteo <b.sellung at posteo.de> wrote:
> Hello Graham,
> that’s what I’m looking for too, after seeing widgets on the great conference in Edingburgh this week.
> CrossPlatform, Opensource and free alternative is Inkscape.
> An advanced substitute vor Illustrator in my opinion is AffinityDesigner (Mac) for 40 £ and now also available as a free beta for windows.
> This is a full substitute for Illustrator that is running much more faster and smoother on the mac than IL Perhaps for its mighty functions it may be a little complex for little tasks. Together with their product AffinityPhoto SerifLabs are really challenging Adobe in price and functionality, especially on the Mac.
> For making especially icons and symbols for controls there are also specialized applications around like WebCode from PixelCut.
> You can get it from the Apple Appstore for about 40 € and a trail version from their websites: webcodeapp.com
> WebCode exports SVG and also html+css with JS for animated graphics especially for web development.
> I’ve no experience yet with using any SVG-code wich may be delivered in different flavors or qualities, I don’t know.
> But I’m very interested in this subject and I will do my test, so I hope we can exchange our experiences.
> Am 05.08.2016 um 16:57 schrieb Graham Samuel <livfoss at mac.com>:
>> Having got very interested in LC widgets at the conference, I’m about to start experimenting, but I need to create some SVG graphics based on my own designs. I can’t afford Illustrator - has anyone got any recommendations for a free, or at any rate, not very expensive, editor suitable for making LC-widget-compatible graphics?
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