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Draw a circle in the desired size. Convert it into a path. Write the text. Mark text and circle. From the text menu, choose 'align to path'. Since I have a german Inkscape version, the exact wording might differ. Single text + band - I guess the default options. Note: The circle has to stay in the picture. If you delete the circle, the text will ...


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The "pixel" unity in SVG (or CSS) files is for reference only. Your image is never using actual pixels - they do not exist in vector formats such as SVG (the internal representation of Inkscape) or PDF files. (Check the pixel defintion in CSS here) So, if you want your resulting image to be 210x297mm in size (A4), set this size in your document ...


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You need to use the Fill and Stroke window. This gives you more control over assign color to a stroke (the "outline" of an object), the fill (the inside of it), and what the stroke looks like (thickness, dashed vs solid, etc) Select the object that you want to assign a color to. Click Object > Fill and Stroke Ctrl+Shift+F On the Fill tab, change the ...


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The dialog box is very clear: File > Export bitmap In the dialog box choose units: Inches Below will say: width: 600, height: 600 (this is the size in pixels) and little to the right will say 300 ppi. (this is the print resolution) The math behind it is very simple 2 inches, at 300 pixels each inch = 2x300 = 600 px.


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Ctrl+Alt+C Stroke to Path. Will do what you are asking.


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I don't think what you are asking for is possible with SVGs. The reason is is called a "node" in Inkscape is really path data in the SVG standard. <?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd"> <svg width="4cm" height="4cm" viewBox="0 0 400 400" ...


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I didn't see the Inkscape tag, when I posted my first answer. My first answer was the quick, easy way I would have done it, admittedly not the best. This is the more accurate way that I would create that shape (there may be a better one?). This was done in Illustrator, but I would imagine that the same technique can be applied to Inkscape. I first ...


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This is unfortunately something Inkscape cannot do. It sounds like what you're asking for is to have the image to have two difference sizes at once. Inkscape doesn't allow you to set the DPI of a PDF during export (the setting in the export window is the DPI for rasterizing filter effects, not the artwork itself), so you're stuck at 90 DPI. The solution I ...


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About not so straight lines in Inkscape: I made a triangle and modified it in different ways. The first is with fine control, the later ones are made with filters which might suit your needs but you can't influence the result locally - only modify the filter yourself/build your own/combine multiples of them. In the first line there is a too perfect ...



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