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    mray
    @mray:matrix.org
    [m]
    sounds awesome :)
    Andrey Antukh
    @niwinz
    FYI docker images updated to the latest version
    iko
    @iko:matrix.org
    [m]
    thanks for the docker image update, I like that files can now be moved between projects đŸ˜€
    mray
    @mray:matrix.org
    [m]
    is "moving comments" on your radar? Seems like you have to delete and re-create if you have to reposition them (due to moving the artboard)
    …thinking of it… maybe sticking them to the artboard might make more sense :D
    Artem
    @blinovartem
    Is it possible to open files in this editor? photo and vector? How do I open svg-if this editor is based on svg?
    mray
    @mray:matrix.org
    [m]
    @blinovartem: I'm not sure I understand what you mean, but "editing" external files is not really the purpose of penpot.
    you can build things with files that you import. If you want to edit them you'd probably better of with Inkscape(SVG) and Krita/GIMP(photos)
    Artem
    @blinovartem
    @mray:matrix.org Hi. I understand correctly that this editor is an analog (alternative, colleague, competitor) Figma or Sketch? But they also see sketch, svg, and raster files, and allow even minimal changes with a pen, and so on. And why Penpot does not display (import) svg. (Sorry for my English)
    mray
    @mray:matrix.org
    [m]
    Disclaimer: I'm not a developer. Basically I have no clue :P – But the little I know is, you can import raster images very easy (I make screenshots and just paste them with ctrl+v into penpot). SVG editing and importing is currently not available.
    That would be cool though!
    Andrey Antukh
    @niwinz
    @blinovartem Right now you can import svg files and edit them (modify the path ponts and vezier curves) but the functionality is pretty alpha, and probably have bugs
    4 replies
    as @mray:matrix.org noted, you also can import raster images without any problem
    the purpose of penpot is not editing svg, but of course you should be able import them and do some trivial and no so trivial modifications
    if you have a svg that is not importing correctly, you can open an issue attaching the svg file
    Artem
    @blinovartem
    @mray:matrix.org thank you
    Artem
    @blinovartem
    @niwinz Try this file https://inkscape.org/~Faellopis/%E2%98%85explorar-o-universo - I try different svgs (from different editors), I can't open it. The message "image loading" appears on a blue background and disappears
    Andrey Antukh
    @niwinz
    @blinovartem thanks, i will create an internal issue with this svg as example ;)
    sonomicheleya
    @sonomicheleya:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hey, can i import an svg icon in some way for my designs?
    2 replies
    mray
    @mray:matrix.org
    [m]
    download the svg file first. then import it in penpot.
    1 reply
    … didn't find a download on their homepage. weird.
    maybe download the entire repository instead – might be easier if you want more than one icon.
    sonomicheleya
    @sonomicheleya:matrix.org
    [m]
    I'll see, ty
    Andrés Moya
    @hirunatan
    @sonomicheleya:matrix.org we have already added the possibility of directly copying and pasting a svg icon on the workspace, without needing to download it. It will be accesible in the next release
    sonomicheleya
    @sonomicheleya:matrix.org
    [m]
    Uh nice
    yandrik
    @yandrik:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi there. Is there any way to upload (or download) an entire file? I might've just overlooked it, but I didn't find any way to do that
    Actually nevermind, found it in the FAQs as it being a feature planned for the near future
    Andrés Moya
    @hirunatan
    @yandrik:matrix.org yes. I'm sorry but we haven't still be able to implement it, but it's very high in our backlog
    yandrik
    @yandrik:matrix.org
    [m]
    No problem at all. For an alpha version, Penpot is already really awesome indeed
    Andrés Moya
    @hirunatan
    thanks!
    Andrey Antukh
    @niwinz
    I can't answer your question (because i'm not a designer), but I can say that I'm working right now on advanced fonts management, that will allow in the first iteration upload custom fonts and in second iteration use different font providers (a part from google fonts).
    Correct-Syntax
    @Correct-Syntax
    @niwinz that sounds good.
    Saran Kumar
    @saraninvincible
    Hi Team,
    I'm an experience designer
    I've given a few feedback to make penpot better
    Hope it helps...
    Do feel free to ask me any kind of doubts on expectations and testing
    :)
    Great work btw!
    Andrey Antukh
    @niwinz
    Thank you @saraninvincible
    Yvan GODARD
    @ygodard:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi team, I'm trying to install penpot containers to be used on https ... is there any instructions to run penpot stack behind a reverse proxy ? Seem's to be tricky ...
    Andrey Antukh
    @niwinz
    Hello @ygodard:matrix.org there are nothing special
    you can run it under http or https
    the unique option you shoul be aware of is the PENPOTPUBLIC URI
    it should point to the https public uri on both backend and frontend containers
    if you use the latest template of compose + env file of the docker/images directory (of penpot repo)
    you only need to adjust this option