Sonya, I've just taken a look (so you can delete the file if you need
The reason why it still doesn't work is that the number nodes extension
only works on a single path. Your image, however, consists of a group of
331 objects and paths.
If you *really* want to number all nodes in the treasure chest, you need
to ungroup everything first, then then select everything, convert
everything to path by doing 'Path -> Object to path', then combine
everything into a single path (Path -> Combine).
The numbering you will get then will, however, not be the most logical
one for drawing from node to node (if that's what you want as an end
result). The path will consist of 3157 nodes, which is a bit complex,
and choosing a font size for this may become difficult...
The treasure chest image is not an ideal object for draw-by-numbers, I
think - better to choose something simpler. You can draw it yourself if
you use the Bezier tool and the original chest as a 'template' to copy
(manually, by drawing) from.
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UPDATE: After further investigation it turned out to be a problem related to
the copy operation, in combination with a totally unrelated running Java
Reading some followups and other bug reports, it seems to be caused by the
new clipboard management system (introduced as a fix for the bug #170185), as
reported in bug #421597
So far these applications are known to randomly trigger an input/output
extension (on linux):
- FreeRapid Downloader
- xfce4-clipman-plugin 1.1.3
- xfce4-settings-helper (Xfce 4.8)
- Team Viewer (teamviewerd 10.0.36)
The original report was this:
I'm getting this error when I try to edit a text object created previously
with a font that's not available in this system.
It looks like Inkscape has problems to resolve the font substitution and
displays the error message in a popup window that keeps appearing again and
again, leaving no other remedy than closing inkscape and reopening it.
The error message is attached.
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