So I am looking for a way to convert an psd to an svg. I can open both and even save both, but using different programs. Gimp can open a psd, but not save in svg. And Inkscape can open and save a svg, but not open psd.
The source file is a psd. Saving it in any other format(ie.. png, jpg, ect...) will naturally not keep the quality of the psd.
sorry if this is a dumb question but I am getting stressed here.
I am trying to save a document (in word 2010 using Play on Linux) and when I click save it pups up a Windows "window" to save the file. I save it but I can find it in the Ubuntu "explorer". It is like if it was saved to a virtual machine within PlayOnLinux and I can't retrieve it nor find it.
I am using LibreOffice Excel, latest version. I like to save my document in "Tab delimited" - that "Tab delimited" is a feature in MS Excell and then one can open up the document in Windows 7 - Notepad.
That enables one to then upload the ".txt" into an online system that is currently used.
I have a friend who is unfortunately still using MS OS and is using Verizon webmail and also unfortunately is using IE8 and has Norton security suite installed on his desktop computer, thus he is having the problem that he can not open nor save attachments to emails that he is receiving on his Verizon webmail account. This does not seem to be related to the file type of the attachments.