I use Inkscape: Imagine I have a shape like an O which is a path. Or better said: Two paths, one for the outer boundary and another for the inner boundary. But it is one object (one path??). If I change the fill color, then the color of the O changes, e.g. to orange.
Now what I want to do is to get the inner boundary path and connect it to another circular path that is inside the O. I want to connect it in a way to be able to fill it with a color, e.g. pink.
The result would be an O, which is orange and inside of that, but connected to the O’s inner boundary, a pink thingy (e.g. another O).
How can I achive that? I mean, how can I reuse the inner path of the O?
Is it possible without manually selecting all the nodes?