I'm trying to use your plugin to turn a .jpg into an .svg, but I'm getting this error message no matter what I do with the checkbox options: Error: ( : 1) open-input-file: needs 1 argument(s).
I'm wondering if you could help me decipher this error.
I'm afraid I don't understand your response. The linked article explains that the open-input-file is a function like fopen() -- but doesn't say anything about how I use the svg-export output dialog to save my file. I just want to save an SVG icon I've edited, I don't want to write LISP code (or what looks like LISP)...
I've copied one of gnome's icons and made a simple edit in gimp 2.6. I select Script-Fu, Utils, SVG Export, and it opens a dialog prompting for "Output File", "Export only locked paths?", and "Load SVG file?". It appears that the file chooser for "Output File" seems to be an input-file-chooser rather than an output-file-chooser -- it seems to let me select an existing file but not type a filename so I can create a new file. When I do pick an existing file, I get the error from the question -- "needs 1 argument(s)". I only entered 1 filename -- what other argument(s) does it think it wants, or what extras does it have?
Thanks for helping a rookie...