I would like to fix the width of an Inkscape document. That is, no matter what I draw on it, I want the width to be some fixed
x, such that the text is always the correct size relative to the document size. I see a way in the ^D settings to resize the page to context, but that is not what I want.
I understand I could do some math to figure out what the correct text size would be for any given document size, but I have to do this for about 65 detailed maps, so I'd really like to avoid doing that every time I have to edit one of the svg such that their dimensions change slightly.
My use case may shine some light on why I need this: I am attempting to create svgs to import into a LaTeX document via the svg CTAN package. This converts text to the correct font and size which the LaTeX document is being built with. This makes it somewhat difficult to correctly visualize where my text will end up in LaTeX unless I make the font and size exactly the same as I plan on using in the document. I do know the final dimensions of the LaTeX document. It will be 6x9 or 7x10 page size with an 8pt font size, so I'd like to fix the width of my Inkscape documents to 6 or 7 inches and make all text 8pt in order to get an accurate representation of what the text will look like and where it will wrap on the page.