Win10 64, using latest Inkscape 64 (1.0). I installed Inkscape after Jupyter Lab and get the following error when I try to export to PDF:
nbconvert failed: Inkscape executable not found
I would have installed Inkscape first if it was listed as a dependency. It seems like that is still not clearly mentioned in the docs!
This has been mentioned over in the Github comments, it appears to be an issue with the PATH variable not being filled for file association, but I (and hopefully somebody else in the future) would really appreciate a simple, clear step-by-step on getting the variable filled in.
I’m assuming that I begin with: “PATH” in the start menu -> environment variables -> Path -> and add Inkscape, however Google is NOT your friend when “path” is a frequent keyword for Inkscape. I’m not sure what I should be naming things (e.g “Inkscape”).
All help is appreciated!
Edit: I encountered a similar problem when installing Jupyter Lab on another machine when I accidentally failed to install MikTeX before install nbconvert (I don’t learn, apparently). For that issue simply uninstalling and then reinstalling nbconvert solved the issue. Doing this did not fix the PATH issue with Inkscape, however.