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here is an easy way to do this: http://sqeets.com/Tutorial/create-a-hexagon-in-html-using-css/


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After getting a good hint from @joojaa, I tried to create my own script and ultimately I found a great script called MultiExporter that is made by TomByrne. This script provides variety of options to export by layers or artboards, creating a ultimate streamline for tedious work of exporting many different individual icons. You get almost every possible ...


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I do not understand what are you trying to create, but if geometric patterns with numerous repeated details, then one can apply affine transformations to pieces of the graphics already drawn and reuse its code. Here's a geometric example from Wikimedia Commons: It is not exactly “calculate all the points within the SVG”, but passing to the SVG engine such ...


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In typograph, an "em" unit is the maximum height of a set of characters. For latin text, that means the height from the accent on top of capital letters to the bottom of descending lowercase letters. E.g, it would be the total height of Ég. The "em" value is what you set when you define the font size -- if you set the font to be 24pt, then ...


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The issue you describe is related to the difference in the image size you open and artboard size of a newly created document. To fit these two you can fit the artboard to image size by pressing Object->Artboards->Fit to Artwork Bounds. This task can be easily scripted, just start learning...


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Potrace is free and you can do batch processing from the command line. The first thing you need to do is converting all images to bmp format. There are several ways to do this but I use mogrify. Run mogrify -format bmp *.jpg After that can you convert all images to SVG format by running: potrace --svg *.bmp The downside is that the quality of ...


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This probably doesn't help you now, but if you're making icons for web use it's always best to actually start them in Illustrator. From there you can save them as SVG pretty easily as I'm sure you know. The reason is that Photoshop doesn't provide the scalability in its tools that Illustrator does. As an aside there's nothing wrong with using SVGs for web. ...


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You can use Extrude Extension... And you can follow my tutorial (site is in Indonesian)... 3D teks effect in inkscape More at www.desainew.com


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I had a very similar problem that my AI created SVG was not centered and expanded to the full browser window, because AI keeps changing the artboard size and forgets about the centering. The only way to fix it is to have a final manual processing step in Inkscape. open the SVG in Inkscape resize the canvas under File -> Document Properties resize & ...


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In Illustrator CC - the Save As dialogue has a Use Artboards checkbox. Checking this will save each artboard as a separate SVG file (don't forget to select SVG format). If you have more icons than available artboards, I'd probably just copy/paste the excess into a new Illustrator document. Source: ...



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