ronanletiec … I use myself Valentina/LibreFashion just to do some clothing/accessories for myself DIY-like , so I tend to think that most of the users will be like me …
I created a new thread because I think the tiled printing is very important. If you do a forum search on tiled printing you will see several threads where I was trying to get it to work. I never did prove whether the internal scaling is correct if you export a full size “A0” or larger svg or pdf file then try to tile print it later from an external utility. I had the sense that there was one or more issue and I was really busy trying to get tiled printing to work because I was in a rush to make patterns I could use to sew theater costumes. I had also volunteered to do a tutorial and was teaching myself to be disciplined and learn to draft a pattern “by the book”. I had lots of experience doing alterations, transformations, upcycling, basically creating costumes for people of widely different sizes and shapes using whatever I could get my hands on.
At any rate, if you have the time and inclination to make tiled printing work consistently and well, it would be a huge service to the community. I documented one path through the software which worked consistently for me but others have pointed out many issues with layout. Recently I got a pattern and was completely unable to get dress pieces to go into a layout and it was because the individual pieces were too long to the a0 paper. Slspencer had to point this out to me and suggest that I use “roll” paper for the layout.
I believe the target audience will include several types of users and a non trivial number will need tiled printing.