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These are all great answers, and I know i'm posting really late, but you don't have to do this, it's much too complicated. I do this: First, I apply a stroke effect to the layer via Blending Options. From there, all I have to do is drag the fill bar at the bottom right to 0%. It may not be as pretty or accurate as the other answers, but it is definitely ...


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Sorry for the tardy response, took awhile to work through this. Using "method two" from Billy Kerr succeeded after changing the "near-white" to "f7f7f7". Finding the whitest successful value required some experimentation - i.e. the slightly whiter "fafafa" did not work, again giving transparent areas (for 32 colors - ...


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As far as I know, there's no way to get Inkscape to do it the way you suggest. When you use the "remove background" option, Inkscape can't tell the difference between white and transparent. Here are a couple of simple workarounds: Trace as you would normally, using the "remove background" option. After the trace, draw a white filled ...


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