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Version: 0.2 (KDE 2.0)
Compiler: gcc version 2.95.2 19991024 (release)
OS: Linux 2.2.14 i686 (compiled sources)
I'd like to use killustrator for explanatory drawings in scientific papers as it smoothly integrates into the KDE
desktop and is thus easier to use as tgif and xfig say.
What I am desperately missing
is the chance to input sub and superscripts (Indizes). Also the possibility to include greek characters
in a transparent way would be nice.
As Kontour (formaly KIllustrator) is considered dead and is replaced by Karbon, I am moving this
wish to Karbon.
Have a nice day/evening/night!
Replaced email@example.com with firstname.lastname@example.org due to bounces by reporter
This looks like it would require a lot of work to do.
Firstly there are various problems with the text support in Karbon.
Secondly styles such as Bold or Italic apply to the whole text block rather than specific parts of it so it could take a whole lot of work to create a text widget that allows multiple text styles.
The text shape has support for Sub and Superscript.
Git commit 9cf91f4f29c5fcfeb66d3f14e88b4a83077516d0 by Jan Hambrecht.
Committed on 30/05/2011 at 00:31.
Pushed by jaham into branch 'master'.
added support for baseline shift
baseline shift is used for sub and super script as well and more.
M +14 -0 plugins/artistictextshape/ArtisticTextRange.cpp
M +10 -1 plugins/artistictextshape/ArtisticTextRange.h
M +105 -49 plugins/artistictextshape/ArtisticTextShape.cpp
M +11 -4 plugins/artistictextshape/ArtisticTextShape.h
M +51 -4 plugins/artistictextshape/ArtisticTextTool.cpp
M +3 -0 plugins/artistictextshape/ArtisticTextTool.h
M +1 -0 plugins/artistictextshape/CMakeLists.txt
A +80 -0 plugins/artistictextshape/ReplaceTextRangeCommand.cpp [License: LGPL (v2+)]
A +50 -0 plugins/artistictextshape/ReplaceTextRangeCommand.h [License: LGPL (v2+)]