I've used Inkscape for certain drawings, with the aim of including them into the text for printing. The whole text is compiled with LaTex.
I chose the option "save as", and then select pdf option with dpi of 90. However, since the rest of the text is pdf, the imported image seems "less sharp", and does not allow "endless zooming" that I could do with text. The problem is more noticeable with printing, where the imported image (from Inkscape) is just "out of the rest" with sharpness.
What would be your suggestion for a good quality drawing that would "fit the sharpness"? Since the drawings are created in Inkscape, I might export it to svg. Any other software that would allow me to export good pdf from svg?
The best way would be to allow automatic and "as in Inkscape" import of graphtics to LaTex. Is this possible. Note that LatexDraw could allow me to achieve some work, but without some sophisticated drawings that I easily achieve with Inkscape.
Could someone share the idea of how I might get the true, infinite resolution PDF from the svg I created in Inkscape. It seems that whatever I create in Inkscape, the 'save as' - > pdf option always asks for dpi.