[texhax] Who can tell me what's the font used in the picture?

Steven Woody narkewoody at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 14:42:57 CEST 2011

On 15 April 2011 19:33, William Adams <will.adams at frycomm.com> wrote:
> On Apr 15, 2011, at 7:09 AM, Ivan Griffin wrote:
>> And taking this further, Inkscape can parse the PDF, and (via the inkscape2tikz extension) can generate TikZ to render this - see the attached LaTeX code.
>> http://code.google.com/p/inkscape2tikz/
> Neat!
> Is it a tikz limitation that the colours are defined as RGB or was it Inkscape which caused that?
> \definecolor{c7dcc35}{RGB}{125,204,53}
> \definecolor{c5a5758}{RGB}{90,87,88}
> The original .pdf had them as a CMYK green and CMYK grey, so the not-triplet RGB not-quite grey is kind of odd --- no colour profile applied, so a colour w/ a cast to it is IMO wrong.
> William

William, do you think I can read out the CMYK values from the PDF and
change the tikz definitions in Ivan's tex file?  Another relative
question: given any color on my screen, is there a tool that can tell
me its CMYK values?  I love CMYK more than RGB.

Best Regards,

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> William Adams
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> Fry Communications
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