[linux-audio-user] Icons required for DSSI plugins

Nigel Henry cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Mon Nov 14 14:45:50 EST 2005

On Friday 11 November 2005 17:31, Esben Stien wrote:
> Nigel Henry <cave.dnb at tiscali.fr> writes:
> > could you elaborate
> It's better to use vector graphics[1], cause no matter how much you
> scale it, you always have infinite resolution. You can use inkscape[2]
> to draw vector graphics; it's slow as it's in a transition state to
> cairo, though. I use blender[3] myself.
> [1] see examples of vector graphics:
>     http://cairographics.org/samples/fill_and_stroke.html
> [2] vector drawing application
>     http://inkscape.org
> [3] vector drawing application
>     http://blender3d.org

Hi Esben. Sorry for the delay. I've DL'd Blender, both the dynamic, and static 
versions. Which would be the best to install on FC2 or FC3? I mainly wanted 
to see if anyone had some ready made icons, but am willing to have a go at 
Blender, especially as there were quite a few tutorials in Linux Format mag 
for it. I'm trying to concentrate on audio apps, so Blender might have to 
wait a bit. Kiconedit is ok but is a bit restricted. I've made 3 icons for 
music apps with it, but I'm sure they could have looked better using a more 
advanced graphics app. There are quite a few distro's I use on this machine, 
and see that Inkscape is on the Debian repo, so I may look at that as well. I 
also had a look at KDE's Povray Modeller. Is that an SVG app? Thanks for the 
links. Nigel.

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