Hi all,

just got this response from the editor of the aforementioned journal:

"thank you very, very much for the excellent graphic quality."

This means that the problem was really solved, thank you for all your help,

Ingvild

Subject: RE: need help with svg in SignPuddle
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2011 07:37:48 +0100

Beautiful. Thank you all,

Ingvild

> Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 19:41:51 -0701
> Subject: Re: need help with svg in SignPuddle
>
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 02:54:34PM -0600, Steve Slevinski wrote:
> > Hi Ingvild,
> >
> > We can get this done.  Can you point to the source material?
> >
> > If the default ColumnMaker isn't adequate, I can help make something
> > work.  I know that Alan Post has experience making SVG with
> > SignPuddle data.  If he sees this, maybe he can comment.
> >
> > Regards,
> > -Steve
> >
>
> I'll talk about my process, in the event it is useful.  I'm sorry to
> report I don't have anything more convenient.  There are surely better
> ways to solve the problem you're having, the solution outlined here
> solves the problem I have.
>
>
> I download the .svg file, which doesn't seem to be the problem here,
> it seems that instead the question is how to convert this to a
> bitmap at an appropriate dpi?
>
> I'm typesetting my final document using TeX, which uses .eps files
> (encapsulated postscript) as it's image format.  I use a program
> called inksacpe to convert my .svg file to .eps (the underlying
> library that does this is called Cairo, which I don't think is
> relevant here.):
>
>   \$ inkscape -f file.svg -E file.eps
>
> I do some intermediate processing, in part to compute the bounding
> box so I can later scale it.  The method I use to determine the
> size, orientation, and scaling factor are specific to my problem,
> so I won't go over them.
>
> I use the epsf package to render my final document, which is where
> I do scaling from the size of the .svg file to the size as I want
> it to appear on the page.  Here is an example TeX file demonstrating
> that:
>
>   \input epsf
>   \epsfysize=1in\epsfbox[0 0 15 12]{technique.eps}
>   \vfill\eject
>
> In this case, My final render size is 1 inch, but my .eps file
> (which was created from the .svg file) has dimensions 15x12.
>
> Best wishes,
>
> -Alan
> --
> .i ma'a lo bradi cu penmi gi'e du
>