>On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 6:53 PM, komsinica wrote:
>> I am using Gimp to create worksheets for kids learning a foreign
>> language. I would like to make my text dotted so kids can trace
>> it to practice writing. I am using a Cyrillic alphabet so a dotted
>> font is not an option for me. It would have to be done by
>> manipulating the text.
>Wrong choice of a tool, I'm afraid. You _can_do that with GIMP, but it
>would be counterproductive.
>Use Inkscape. For text objects remove fill, use black stroke and dashed
Inkscape is the better tool but also needed is a suitable font.
The sort that CAD applications used to use.
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