Are the only edits (via GUI) going to be by clicking the individual circle? Will "stroke" make a point (I don't think it does). I tried hammering on it with obvious tools, and at best could make it into a path with a bunch of nodes and then stretch them all around - but not as a single point, or node, as I would like.
I produced this file using
python 3.10. there are Stack Exchange questions-answers I used to get this (provided on request). An example corresponding line in the
.svg file is :
<g clip-path="url(#pd5fa06bc5b)"> <use xlink:href="#mae68a82f8c" x="236.16" y="93.364364" [ skipping the rest ] style="fill: #1f77b4; stroke: #1f77b4"/> </g>
(UPDATE): I just learned the above code can appear formatted like this too:
<use xlink:href="#m90c91bf53e" x="163.13676" y="247.0155" style="fill:#1f77b4;stroke:#1f77b4" id="use90" width="100%" height="100%" />
I want to - and can - use the
x,y coordinates to e.g. draw circles. It'd be useful to know what or how Inkscape is treating this in the first place. I am trying to write better Stack Exchange questions so I'll stop here even though I could go on at length.