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I have a double stroke svg that I want to reduce to a single stroke svg. The area on the svg is defined as some white shapes that are overlayed on a black background, with anchors outlining the shapes and background.

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I hope this makes sense

I almost want something like the monoline tool developed for text, so that I can simplify an icon to a single line svg for a lazer cutter.

Thanks.

Here's the closest thing I can get to a single line:

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You could use an Offset Path effect to give you the look of a single line but it would still be compound when expanded. If nothing else, that gives you something accurate to trace over.

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