Intaglio

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DG

24 Jan 2017, 5:42 pm

Cannot open recent files

How can I open recent files? When I try to open them I get the following error message:

The document “name.intaglio” cannot be opened. Error: (null) File: SharedGraphicsData.mm Line: 379

I event went straight to the files in their folder in the finder.

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Jack Jennings

24 Jan 2017, 7:57 pm

I have a number of advertisements created with Intaglio that will now need to be edited by others on Windows computers. Two questions: What application for Windows is as easy to use as Intaglio and can open Intaglio files or file export from Intaglio? What export format will work best?

Hoping some of you have encountered the same problem and can recommend a solution.

Jack

J Evans Jennings Jr. [email protected]

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DG

24 Jan 2017, 9:27 pm

I don’t know how your question is a reply to my question.

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Jack Jennings

25 Jan 2017, 1:59 am

DG, It was not a reply to your question, but a new/y asked one. It was titled “Intaglio-friendly Windows application?” and not “Cannot open recent files.” I’m sorry I do not have any suggestions regarding your problem.

Jack

J Evans Jennings Jr. [email protected]

On Jan 24, 2017, at 4:27 PM, DG <[email protected]> wrote:

I don’t know how your question is a reply to my question.

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Frank

25 Jan 2017, 6:21 am
  1. Cannot open recent files. No idea what went wrong here. You might consult Nick the developer
  2. Intaglio-friendly Window application. Are you asking for a cross-platform file format? SVG and PDF would be my first choice - it depends on how complex your work contains filters and effects. I´m a heavy user of cross-platform open-source Inkscape.app in company with Intaglio. Affinity Designer is another alternative vector editing cross-platform software.

Frank

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Jack Jennings

25 Jan 2017, 3:32 pm

To Frank,

SVG was my choice of the best format for exporting the Intaglio Art, since the little experience I’ve had in importing PDF art was somewhat disappointing. Inkscape was on my list of applications to consider, so I thank you for the recommendation. The ads to be moved are carefully sized (full page, half page, quarter page) so they precisely fit the booklet template, so maintaining dimensional integrity is important. In your experience, is the size of a SVG graphic imported into Inkscape maintained? I haven’t considered Affinity Designer, but will.

To others,

Any more Inkscape votes for my needs? Any other favorites?

Thanks, Jack

J Evans Jennings Jr. [email protected]

On Jan 25, 2017, at 1:21 AM, Frank <[email protected]> wrote: Intaglio-friendly Window application. Are you asking for a cross-platform file format? SVG and PDF would be my first choice - it depends on how complex your work contains filters and effects. I´m a heavy user of cross-platform open-source Inkscape.app in company with Intaglio. Affinity Designer is another alternative vector editing cross-platform software.

Frank

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Alan Dow

25 Jan 2017, 11:28 pm

In connection with your issue, you may find GraphicConverter useful. It is primarily concerned with photographic images, but it can import and save in a wide range of formats:

https://www.lemkesoft.de/en/products/graphicconverter/key-features/import-and-export-formats/

hth.. AD


On Wed, 25 Jan 2017 10:32:03 -0500, J Evans Jennings Jr. wrote:

To Frank,

SVG was my choice of the best format for exporting the Intaglio Art, since the little experience I’ve had in importing PDF art was somewhat disappointing. Inkscape was on my list of applications to consider, so I thank you for the recommendation. The ads to be moved are carefully sized (full page, half page, quarter page) so they precisely fit the booklet template, so maintaining dimensional integrity is important. In your experience, is the size of a SVG graphic imported into Inkscape maintained? I haven’t considered Affinity Designer, but will.

To others,

Any more Inkscape votes for my needs? Any other favorites?

Thanks, Jack

J Evans Jennings Jr. [email protected]

On Jan 25, 2017, at 1:21 AM, Frank <[email protected]> wrote: Intaglio-friendly Window application. Are you asking for a cross-platform file format? SVG and PDF would be my first choice - it depends on how complex your work contains filters and effects. I´m a heavy user of cross-platform open-source Inkscape.app in company with Intaglio. Affinity Designer is another alternative vector editing cross-platform software.

Frank

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Frank

25 Jan 2017, 11:46 pm

Can you edit SVG files with GraphicConverter on a Windows machine?

Cheers Frank

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Alan Dow

26 Jan 2017, 12:54 am

GraphicConverter is Mac software only.

I mentioned only because it might facilitate conversion between files exported from Intaglio and editing software on other platforms.

Cheers.. AD


On Wed, 25 Jan 2017 23:46:26 +0000 (UTC), Frank wrote:

Can you edit SVG files with GraphicConverter on a Windows machine?

Cheers Frank

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…if it can go wr