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Using Inkscape instead of Xara is not a solution

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on February 28, 2007 04:20 AM
Using Inkscape instead of Xara Xtreme LX is not a solution. There are so much things, Inkscape doesn't offer for vector artists, that using Inkscape is no option. I understand, that there are a lot of Inkscape user, because this project is longer popular and more people are doing marketing for this project, but in the end Inkscape is limited to the functions within the SVG format and - much more worse - so slowly, if you tries to create larger drawings (with a lot of objects). For creating vector art in the Graphics industry, we need Xara Xtreme.

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