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Inkscape comes with a viewer. Go to c:\program files\inkscape and double-click on inkview.exe and that will install it. Then when you go to My Computer and the folder where your svg files are saved - change to thumbnail view and you will see the svgs.
Inkscape comes with a viewer. Go to c:\program files\inkscape (or where you installed the software) and double-click on Inkview.exe - you won't see anything happen - but when you go to My Computer and open the folder where your SVG files are, you can go to thumbnail view and see them.
- Sun Dec 27, 2009 7:38 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: eCraft Personal Cutting Systems by Craftwell
- Replies: 23
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I saw it too, but wondered about features like "Fit to Page" and "Paper Saver". Using the mat and the Cricut you can use little scraps of paper for your cuts.
Inkscape has a viewer that comes with it. Go to the place where you installed Inkscape (usually c:\program files\inkscape) and double-click on Inkview.exe and that will "install" the viewer. You probably won't notice anything happen, but after that you can view SVGs in a folder in My Computer.
- Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:42 pm
- Forum: Boxes, Borders & Tags
- Topic: MTC NEW SOFTWARE
- Replies: 17
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I don't like having to use Inkscape - probably because I haven't spent enough time with it. But I don't find it very user friendly - path, object, fill and stroke - don't understand most of it. Since Inkscape was free, I won't be out any money if I buy MTC and it sure looks a lot easier than Inkscap...