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Apr
8
comment Inkscape: How to position arrowhead exactly at the end of path?
As far as I know, there's no easy way to resize a group without affecting the size of all containing objects. Interesting idea though!
Apr
8
comment Inkscape: How to position arrowhead exactly at the end of path?
You can obtain an Inkscape arrowhead as a path (to position precisely) by applying the arrowhead to a path and then choosing "Path" > "Stroke to path".
Apr
8
answered Inkscape: How to position arrowhead exactly at the end of path?
Apr
6
answered Inkscape: After combining paths, specify which one is inside and outside
Apr
6
answered Inkscape Punch Through Stroke
Apr
2
asked Set an XML attribute and value for multiple selected elements
Mar
31
awarded  Caucus
Mar
30
awarded  Self-Learner
Mar
29
answered How to “Enter group” without double clicking
Mar
29
asked How to “Enter group” without double clicking
Mar
28
answered Cut rectangle using line
Mar
28
comment Cut rectangle using line
No, after converting to path, there's no way to (easily) go back to rectangle. If you want to keep the objects as rectangles this approach will not work so well. (Adding a different answer that will preserve them as rectangles.)
Mar
28
answered Cut rectangle using line
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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
4
answered Outset small rectangle path in Inkscape without round distortion?
Mar
4
answered drop shadow only under one side in inskscape
Feb
27
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Feb
27
comment Inkscape - Merging Overlapping Nodes
I like this approach, and I am able to replicate this solution process by drawing a path like yours. BUT this solution only removed 1 of the 3 holes in the path from my example solution. Your solution seems better for your example case because it is fewer steps. But it does not appear to remove all holes in all cases.