Panther, I am not a computer guy so I don’t know the answers to those questions. Is there an easy way to get them?
In the Windows control panel find and execute “System”. In the opening window search for type of system indicated as either 32bit or 64bit.
In Inkscape go to the Help menu and click on “About” (or similar) in the opening window there is (if I recall correctly) a version indicated in the upper right corner.
What exact error message do you get? Oddly enough the file just opened after trying it… of course after 50 times of trying it won’t work until I ask for help. I will see if this remains successful or if the message comes back
I experience Inkscape to take a very long time to start most of the time.
So on my PC it is always a good idea to first start the program - and to load the file after Inkscape has successfully started.
i suggest making your game and then bringing it into “table top simulator”. you can test selfmade games there to your own liking. it provides you with all the tools you need. 🙂
i did that too with mine:
Been a while since I painted but I got the psycho paint brush and all of the Japanese units I wanted from HBG so now I will begin my goal of finishing the Japanese Air Force. Here is how I will be painting the Tony fighters. It was my first attempt at this level of detail and it will take some fine tuning but I am happy with the first one.