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What I ended up doing is the following: Select the object(s) to export Open the document properties window (Ctrl+Shift+D) Select "Resize page to drawing or selection" File > Save As Copy... Select Optimized SVG as the format if you want to use it on the web Not as quick as I would like but quicker than creating a new document for each graphic that you ...
As someone that had quite a bit of work done with coding up SVGs exported from AI (One example), I can tell that the issue is AI doesn't export SVGs in a format fit for the web. Not fully at least. When using SVGs generated with AI, I had to always massage positions somewhat to maintain proportions originally seen while drawing on AI. As for anything ...
You could use an Offset Path effect to give you the look of a single line but it would still be compound when expanded. If nothing else, that gives you something accurate to trace over.
Inkscape allows you to add/modify the XML data as required. Go to Edit->XML Editor to open up the editor and make the changes you need. I'm not an expert in the area so this couldn't completely off-topic from your original question. I'm adding this answer based on the 'inkscape' and 'svg' tag in your post.
I recently tried to put 26 glyphs on 26 artboards in Illustrator and export them separately. Turns out in Illustrator that's not possible with SVG; it only remembers the active artboard but keeps all of the art. So, I just layered all of the glyphs on top of each other, hid all but one of them, and exported. Changed layer visibility and repeated. I would ...
One option is to use a data set, treating each glyph as a record. see for instance: ( http://vector.tutsplus.com/tutorials/tools-tips/quick-tip-data-driven-graphics-using-illustrators-variables-panel/ ) which is decent rundown where the author makes a single document with variables and a dataset and creates 100 unique business cards. A second option is to ...
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