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JessyInk is a script that turns every layer of an Inkscape SVG image into a slide of a presentation. Current features include different transitions, an index sheet view, and automatic slide numbering.

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JessyInk on Drumbeat 26 Dec 2010 20:55

About a month ago I created an account for JessyInk on Drumbeat. Since then, over 300 people registered for the project. I am glad about the interest in the project and hope that the community around JessyInk will grow further. Only with the support of a vibrant community we can improve JessyInk and take it to the next level. I therefore would like to thank all people contributing and using JessyInk. Drumbeat is a community website for people interested in improving the web sponsored by Mozilla. You can find out more about Drumbeat at

Recent releases

  •  27 Dec 2010 16:41

    Release Notes: This is a development snapshot. The main purpose of this release is to give the community an opportunity to provide feedback on the new design. This version is a re-implementation of the code in a highly modular way. The user interface is now based on graphical objects that can be copied and grouped for installation of the scripts and assignment of effects and views. So far, only very basic functionality is provided. However, further features will be added in future versions leading up to version 2.0.0.

    •  07 Nov 2010 11:20

      Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs concerning the export of JessyInk presentations. The export should now be faster and more accurate.

      •  27 Oct 2010 19:45

        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug concerning the version numbering, which caused problems with the install extension.

        •  24 Oct 2010 14:39

          Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs concerning the use of non-ASCII characters in layer names.

          •  03 Aug 2010 17:55

            Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. A problem that could cause the export to fail has been fixed. Furthermore, the determination of the position of the mouse has been changed to work with newer versions of Chrome.


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