[scribus] Ping Oleksandr Moskalenko re SK1
momo at lumenstudio.net
momo at lumenstudio.net
Wed May 28 09:59:28 CEST 2008
By the way, next time if you will need to convert something from CDR to
another format you can eventually download Corel Draw X4 as a trial and do
the conversion (and uninstall CorelDraw in the end). the only thing you need
is a computer with Windows (and that not very hard to find)
here's the download trial page at corel's website:
Anyway, let's hope uniconverter and SK1 will be available for 64bit
computers soon :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Jason Jordan" <johnxj at comcast.net>
To: <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 1:39 AM
Subject: Re: [scribus] Ping Oleksandr Moskalenko re SK1
> On Tue, 27 May 2008 11:14:11 -0700 (PDT)
> avox <avox at arcor.de> dijo:
>> John Jason Jordan-2 wrote:
>> > I understand Oleksandr is familiar with SK1, an image editing program.
>> > I discovered SK1 while searching for something that will open
>> > CorelDRAW .cdr files.
>> There's also UniConvertor from the same authors as sk1. See also our GSoC
> It sounds like Scribus eventually will benefit greatly from
> UniConverter and ImageMagick.
> In the meantime, I cannot install UniConverter (or anything else on the
> SK1 site) for the same reason I cannot install SK1 - that is there are
> no 64-bit .deb files, and no instructions for how to install from
> source. There is an python install script that I tried to run. It ended
> in about a dozen error messages. SK1 appears to be installed, but it
> won't launch, and there are no error messages when I try to launch it
> from the command line.
> In the meantime I tried to take my CorelDRAW clipart CD to the
> university, but university computers don't have CorelDRAW installed. I
> thought I remembered that Illustrator can open .cdr files, but the
> current version on the university computers cannot. Finally I asked on
> a local Linux e-list that I subscribed to and found someone who had an
> old Windows computer with CorelDRAW installed. I sent them the file and
> they converted it to Adobe Illustrator format for me, so now I have
> what I need.
> SK1 or UniConverter would have saved me a lot of hassle if only I could
> figure out how to install one of them.
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