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I'm using Inkscape 0.91 r13725 on Debian 8 Go to: Filters => Blur => Cross Blur I left the Brightness at 0, Fading at 0 GUESSING that the gaps were 1 pixel I set Horizontal blur to 0.50 I set Vertical blur to 0.50 and there was noticable improvment, but not perfect. Hopefully this helps towards the perfection you seek. The image was too large for my ...
The pixel grid starts showing up at a high zoom level. If the grid layout is not divided properly, it will align to subpixels.
The problem is, there's no indexing of whether or no .pdf files contain either pixel or vector images. One can open up a .pdf using Adobe Illustrator, Affinity Serif, (or Inkscape if one wants a free solution), &c., but one won’t know until opening up the file how what it contains is represented in the file. Moreover, the contents of the image are ...
Outline your text // Convert your text to paths Edit: I was too fast, I've had this problem before with inkscape but converting texts to paths fixed the problem for me
Victor, before you save it as SVG you should try turning your text to outlines: Type > Create Outlines
Depends on how you export the vectors. If you are using a vector format program, like Ilustrator, Corel or Inkscape, convert them to curves first. But it looks you are using microsoft powerpoint or something like that. That program makes marmalade out of the vectors. Don't use copy and paste out of thoose programs either. I think they convert them to wmf ...
The snippet you posted is not valid XML. It needs an XML declaration and the <path> tag needs to be closed. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <svg viewBox="0 0 215 50" height="50" width="215" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"> <path d="M128.783 40.08v7.74h2.078v-5.66h18.843v5.66h2.08v-7.74h-3.322V5.82h-14.017c0 14.588-.467 ...
If its just applying styles to an SVG element/object, you can do that using CSS. Check out this totorial at smashingmagazine. Gives a complete overview on SVG styling using CSS.
With such a huge differences in file size, I would strongly guess that your graphics contains elements with properties that are contained in the SVG standard but not in the EPS standard, such as transparency. Thus, when exporting, your program rasterises thes elements and thus blows up the file size. I suggest exporting to export to PDF instead, as I am ...
You're using two separate languages. SVG code is written in XML. EPS is written in postscript. XML has always been cleaner and less complicated than postscript. I don't know that there's any way to compare the two in terms of file size generated. Postscript will simply always be larger. There may be ways to reduce your EPS file though... combining shapes, ...
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