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Inkscape extensions for drawing cave maps
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Caveink is a set of Inkscape extensions for drawing cave maps ------ DISCLAIMER: This project is a solution for drawing medium sized cave maps, generally no longer than a few kilometers (if in 1:1000 or 1:500). For bigger projects, consider employing Therion, since they are probably going to be slow and painful to work on in Inkscape. ------ ------ DISCLAIMER: This project is still a work in progress. Feel free to help with testing and to contribute. Any kind of help is welcome. ------ These extensions add the following features to Inkscape: - A library of cave map symbols following UIS conventions - Fill patterns for carpeting areas with rocks/pebbles/sand/clay/silt - Convenient way of styling "speleo" lines (ie. step/pit, dripline) - Easy offset "windows" for showing intersecting passages - Tools for merging drawings from multiple files - Morphing drawings to centerlines a'la Therion - Direct import of centerlines from Survex .3d files - Import capability for PocketTopo "Therion export" drawings - Easy generation of scale bars and coordinate-annotated grids The easiest way to get familiar is to follow the installation guide and some preliminary tutorials at http://jaskinie.jaszczur.org/caveink-beta3/ caveink has been developed from former work by myself and Thomas Holder (see https://github.com/mteg/inkscape-speleo) Contact: Mateusz Golicz, mateusz.golicz / pza org pl