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I have designed a background image in inkscape. But I used the wrong colour in the whole image or at least that's not feels good to me. So, in my website, I use filter: hue-rotate(60deg) to make it appear the right colour I want. But as filter the original image is a bit slower, I have decided to hue-rotate that in inkscape, but I can't find the option.

In case of rastered images like jpg, png, webp, ppm, etc. GIMP and other editors can do that well.

So how do I rotate the hue of an object to 60 degrees?

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Filters > Colour > Color shift, and set the shift to 60°. Note that this is an SVG filter which may render differently in different browsers, or may also slow down rendering.

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Or if you want to physically change the colours without using a filter, there's also Extensions > Colour > HSL Adjust. The Hue values are different from the Colour Shift filter and go from -360 to +360, so use a value of 30 instead of 60, but you may also have to tweak the lightness too.

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