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Feb
12
awarded  Quorum
Feb
6
accepted Inkscape: how to draw cased lines, or filled shapes with strokes that have their own fill
Feb
5
comment Inkscape: how to draw cased lines, or filled shapes with strokes that have their own fill
Ok, this works well with lines, thanks. When I do it with a filled shape though, the shape loses it's fill when it's stroke is converted to a path. I figure out a workaround of duplicating the circle first and then converting the dupe's stroke to path; not sure that's the best route? Also how to save the path-stroke-style so it can be readily re-applied with exact settings to multiple objects? (perhaps that a new Q?)
Feb
4
asked Inkscape: how to draw cased lines, or filled shapes with strokes that have their own fill
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
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awarded  Scholar
Dec
18
accepted Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
Dec
13
comment Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
@e100 4 to 5 workstations, don't have a number of typefaces yet (but getting into that strays from the point of the question anyway).
Dec
12
revised Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
removed badly chosen 'royalty'
Dec
12
comment Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
@e100, no not sure about the word 'royalty', a badly chosen word (I'll strike it). Zero-cost is best, but not essential. I was going off phrases like "Most standard end user licenses license a font for use on up to five CPUs and one printer within an organization." {emph added,source}. The 5 cpu's or workstations we could live with, not 1 printer though, we have more printers than workstations.
Dec
11
awarded  Editor
Dec
11
revised Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
add background
Dec
11
comment Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
I usually don't know the font category. This is looking at old project X and trying to bring it into legal compliance; I'll update the question.
Dec
11
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Dec
11
asked Alternative to font “x” chart or service?
Dec
11
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