Print files go to Inkscape directory not to current
I often print to file (using a dummy printer) to create a postscript file of my drawings.
All programs I use to do this (not only Inkscape), create the file on their current working directory, that is: if I open a file double-clicking on it, then select File -> Print and select my dummy printer, the system asks for the file name to print in; if I give only the name (e.g. "fileprinted.ps", without any path) it's created in the same directory where the original document is (because it's the current directory taken by the program that opened the file).
With Inkscape, the same procedure always generates the file under "C:\Program Files\Inkscape\" or whatever it is (mine is different...).
This means that Inkscape is not setting correctly it's _real_ working directory: does it need to keep it under it's root?
Also if this could be not considered a bug, it is very annoying, indeed, because I always have to print on "C:\fileprint.ps" and then open Explorer to move the file under the directory I need it in.
Windows XP SP3, SVN 21298
|Changed in inkscape:|
|importance:||Undecided → Low|
|status:||New → Confirmed|
|tags:||added: exporting printing|