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That depends on the particular commands within the path. If all but the first are relative commands (lower case), then you just need to change the first. If all of them are absolute commands (upper case), then you need to add your offsets to the x and y parameters to each command. If you aren't using the H, V, or A commands, then the parameters to each ...


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It doesn't have any native exporting capabilities. But you could always use Snap.svg Old fashioned way: you could make a loop-once gif image.


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DISCLAIMER: this isn't really an answer to the question, more of an alternate approach to what the OP said he has already tried. You could go with a CSS filter called hue-rotate. It works on a scale between 0 and 360 degrees. It looks something like this: img { -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(90deg); filter: hue-rotate(90deg); } I'd suggest you play ...


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In Illustrator you can Save as .svg. In the SVG option panel, for type, you have to choose "SVG". The other option, "Convert to outline", will convert you text into a vector shape. You can drag you .svg file into the browser and check if it is selectable. Then, in a text editor, you can edit the text from your SVG file, or style it with CSS.


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pixel2svg has the potential to do this, but it requires some modification of the script. How to do it You need to modify the svgdoc.add call on line 125 of pixel2svg.py to add in opacity attribute. It should look like the following: svgdoc.add(svgdoc.rect(insert = ("{0}px".format(colcount * arguments.squaresize), ...


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If you do not auto trace, the option is do it by hand. Make a grid and start drawing boxes. Your requirements: Vector, no raster (OK) Pixel by pixel conversion, no tracing (OK) half ok. A vector based file has no pixels. Take alpha into account (OK) If you simply do not draw a background. Optional: Command line would be great. Any comand line option is a ...


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Yes. Inkscape. It has several svg flavors, you need to make some tests which one to use.


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change "Decimal places" to 3 when saving SVG


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While I don't know of a way to do exactly what you're asking, a simple way to achieve the same result would be to make a new artboard for this one shape. There are two methods for this: One is to select the artwork and go to Object->Artboards->Fit to Selected Art. This will resize the current artboard to the selected art. If you don't want to change the ...


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I do this with a Grunt task. By using "grunt-text-replace" I am able to pass my minified SVGs (svgmin) through a custom regular expression that replaces all garbled class references with proper classes. In Illustrator, declare the layer/object name as class="tree" for example. This will be exported by Illustrator as id="class="tree"". The below grunt task ...


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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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Sketch has always been a little iffy with SVGs, especially the Layer > Combine tools... I would just report it as a bug through Sketch, with screenshots if possible. They seem to respond to them well. One other thing you can do, is download the Beta version to see if they fixed your issue: http://bohemiancoding.com/sketch/beta/


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The workarround I found for you is that you download Inkscape https://inkscape.org. Then save it as eps. Now you can import this eps.


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Select > Select All Click the Merge button on the Pathfinder Panel Click the white shapes and delete them Click the bottom shape and change the color Note I'm using the Direct Selection Tool (the white arrow) for a reason here. You should do the same.


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Ok if I got you right, you just need to draw the rectangle (it seems you have it already) to divide your circle into (shoulder and bottom part which you'll remove later), select to objects circle and rectangle go pathfinders / devide remove the rect and the bottom part select it and change the color. save as / svg



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