[Thuban-list] Some bugs on Mac OS X
bernhard at intevation.de
Thu Dec 23 17:53:14 CET 2004
On Tue, Dec 21, 2004 at 01:30:43PM +0100, Moritz Lennert wrote:
> On Tue, December 21, 2004 12:32, Bernhard Reiter said:
> >> >> I have produced a Thuban SVG file: it's OK but the lines
> >> >> are very big, more than 1 point. OK I can change them in
> >> >> my vector program but perhaps it's possible to write a
> >> >> smaller size in SVG plugin.
> >> >
> >> >Change the following line in Extensions/svgexport/svgmapwriter.py:
> >> > self.pen["stroke-width"] = pen.GetWidth()
> >> >You might even comment it out.
> >> Wow..
> >> Now the SVG output is fantastic, really good.
> >> This line can be uncommented in CVS or no?
> > The problem with taking the line out is that if you have
> > changed the line types with a classification, you will not see
> > a difference in line lenght anymore. I have to think about how
> > to solve this best. I might make this an option to the extension
> > then the user could decide in the future.
> I imagine we are talking about line width, or ?
Of course. Sorry for that.
> Funny, I cannot reproduce Lorenzo's problem. But at the same time, I seem to
> have the opposite one: line width is always the same (1) in the svg file (at
> least as it is read by sketch 0.6.15 on Debian) whatever its value in Thuban.
> Am I misunderstanding the issue, or is there a bug ?
There probably are bugs in the code.
What version of Thuban are you using?
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