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Re: gEDA-user: Where is pcb-20100929 for Win32 ?

> Did you draw a logo graphic in pcb itself using the polygon tool?
> I have really wanted to have decent logo graphics and beautifully
> typeset text on my boards, so I have created graphics and text in
> Inkscape, exported through pstoedit to pcb, but this has caused issues
> because pstoedit is generating some invalid polygons, which crashes most
> versions of pcb.

I used the Inkscape -> pstoedit -> pcb path and it just worked for me.
I manually edited the file to change some of the produced polygons to
holes rather than polygons. The logo was fortunately fairly simple
(mostly made up of blocks).

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