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The Future of this Forum:

The Inkscape Project opened its first official forum on its website this month (August 2019). https://inkscape.org/forums/ In an effort to combine all the different forums into one, this forum will no longer be accepting new members or new messages. However, it will remain open for a little while, for existing members, to have access to their contents, if they need them.

Any potential new members should register on the new forum, and post their message there. There is a special board for questions about using Inkscape for cutting machines (of all kinds). (https://inkscape.org/forums/cutplot/)

If you have any questions or comments (and you're an existing member) you can post them here.

Although I've been planning to put this forum in read-only mode, at the time of this transition, unfortunately, my personal circumstances have changed, and I won't be able to host this forum much longer. I'm not sure about the time frame. It could be as soon as the end of 2019, or as long as a year from now. If anyone is interested in taking it over, please contact me.

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Author Topic: How to Use Inkscape's Paint Bucket Tool for Shading an Object  (Read 3625 times)

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Re: How to Use Inkscape's Paint Bucket Tool for Shading an Object
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2017, 06:24:51 AM »
Nice tutorial!

I'm not sure how many people here are aware of the changes on the Inkscape website, over the last few years.  But I wanted to suggest that you might want to register there, and upload your tutorials (into the Tutorials category of the gallery).

As much as I've enjoyed admin-ing this forum and my other forum, the Inkscape website has already become the centralized place for all kinds of resources.  We're working on an "official" forum too, and I might try to have the contents of this forum included on the official forum, but maybe as read-only.  Nothing concrete yet, but we'll see.
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Re: How to Use Inkscape's Paint Bucket Tool for Shading an Object
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2017, 07:54:51 AM »
Thanks, Brynn. I know this website still gets a lot of visitors. Too bad it doesn't get a lot of people participating.

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Re: How to Use Inkscape's Paint Bucket Tool for Shading an Object
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2017, 04:04:53 AM »
On average, and roughly, this forum gets 40 to 50 human visitors per day.  That excludes all the automated visits like bot or spiders, except search engine bots and spiders are allowed.

I guess now that the software which ships with the various machines is better than it was originally, people just don't need Inkscape as much.  Yes, it is too bad.
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Re: How to Use Inkscape's Paint Bucket Tool for Shading an Object
« Reply #4 on: January 28, 2017, 08:56:47 AM »
The Cricut Explore has created a whole new influx of Inkscape-needers so this forum still has an important role. I have to admit that this is my area of expertise and I just now rediscovered it myself.
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