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   * SVG files : SVG is a relatively recent format for vector graphics. It's very powerfull and complete. Currently, JSesh understands SVG files if the sign is drawn in black over white. You can edit SVG files with a number of programs; one of the best free ones is Inkscape, which has the advantage of being multi-platform.   * SVG files : SVG is a relatively recent format for vector graphics. It's very powerfull and complete. Currently, JSesh understands SVG files if the sign is drawn in black over white. You can edit SVG files with a number of programs; one of the best free ones is Inkscape, which has the advantage of being multi-platform.
  
-For compatibility with my previous software (tksesh), ​can also read: * font files exported from tksesh (.tml files) * font files from the GNU font utils (.bzr files). Both types of files can be edited with the fontedit software, included in tksesh. But this is of little interest for the generic user.+For compatibility with my previous software (tksesh), ​it can also read:  
 +  ​* font files exported from tksesh (.tml files) ​ 
 +  ​* font files from the GNU font utils (.bzr files). Both types of files can be edited with the fontedit software, included in tksesh. But this is of little interest for the generic user.
  
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   - [[inkscape|Creating a sign with Inkscape]]   - [[inkscape|Creating a sign with Inkscape]]
   - [[inkspapeAdvanced|Advanced Informations in Inkscape]]   - [[inkspapeAdvanced|Advanced Informations in Inkscape]]
 +  - [[svg|Parts of SVG understood by JSesh]]
  
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