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Very large format artwork, such as for billboards, is always scaled for several reasons. One is that the major design tools -- Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, have maximum document dimensions that can be too small to work the largest sizes at full scale. The common output format, PDF, also has dimension restrictions that won't allow full scale ...


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I had the same problem and as of now you have to start off with "Align New Objects to Pixel Grid" turned off BEFORE you create any object (at least for me), because turning it off after still gave me errors, I'm hoping it's a glitch they will fix. Let me rephrase, it seems to work if you uncheck when the Options panel is visible, but not by checking it off ...


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Theoretically, this should depend on the method by which you scale the PDF. PDF files generated from Inkscape do store the stroke width of paths (as is evident by exporting to PDF and then re-importing into Inkscape), so the choice will be up to the application scaling the PDF to determine exactly how to perform the scaling. That being said, I would guess ...



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