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Yes, it is reachable! But unfortunately there is a typo in the link and the last two letters are missing. The correct link is https://gitlab.com/moini_ink/inx-pathops I have tried it with version 1.0.1 and works as expected.


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I had the same problem with that, then I tried to re-install the inkscape 1.01 which has file extension of *.msi (not *.exe). Not bad, it could work. Just try this way...


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OK, the problem is definitely that the whole text is just in two big text blocks with line breaks Even worse, the text does not even have true spaces. I suggest to manually add new text blocks which will only have one expression in them. In addition, select center align instead if left align for each text block, this will make the resulting image more ...


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You can see the path if you do Edit > Preferences > Tools > Node, and check the "Always show outline" option. You can't easily have a path with an invisible stroke on one segment. A path only has one stroke attribute. I mean it would be possible with tricks like clipping paths or masks but you probably don't want to go down that route just ...


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Let's assume your description of your situation is valid. Then your shape should be a single path (=a Bezier curve) which is filled with orange and has a black stroke. The black edge shouldn't be a rendered effect, it should be seen in the stroke and fill panel like in the next image (the nodes are visible because the node editing tool is active) In the ...


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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. 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 ...


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In Inkscape, you can select both paths, and do Path > Stroke to path. This will convert the strokes to outlines, with a fill. Next, do Path > Union. This is a boolean operation which will merge the two paths to one solid shape - i.e. a single closed path with a fill. Now you can apply a coloured fill, and a thin black stroke to get the effect you ...


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I think part of the problem here is that the SVG wasn't generated in Inkscape. Messing around with other people's or other applications' SVGs in Inkscape can get really messy sometimes. Personally, I'd just recreate it in Inkscape since it's a very simple design. It would certainly be easier than trying to edit it. Then save using the Optimised SVG option in ...


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Don't add the white background in inkscape, just add the text on top of the arrow. Then export as pdf+tex and open the resulting .pdf_tex file. There search for your text and replace it with \colorbox{white}{text}. This box will automatically adjust to the size of the text. \begin{picture}(1,1.41428571)% \put(0,0){\includegraphics[width=\unitlength,...


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I also experienced that Stroke paint / Stroke style did not give an outline. My problem was that I typed 00000000 to get black, but the last two zeros are the alpha channel, making my outline appear in glorious 'invisible black'. 000000FF worked better.


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To convert SVG to ICO file, you can use: https://redketchup.io/icon-editor and the option: "Create Icon from Image".


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I don't know if or how well the following would work using your Latex workflow, but this would work in Inkscape: Draw a rectangle over the arrow line, set the fill to white and stroke to none, and then type your text on top. The white rectangle will cover the line. Once you have done this, you can group the entire graphic using Ctrl+G. Then in Preferences &...


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Draw one vertical arrow. Convert the stroke to path and make an union of the parts. The arrow must be one strokeless closed area. Fill a rectangular area manually by making duplicates of the arrow. You can scale and rotate a little individual arrows to avoid too clinical appearance Delete the rectangle, select the arrows and make a combined path. The next ...


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Ctrl+Shift+X to open the xml editor and select the object without stroke/fill. It will automatically select the item in the main editor/canvas.


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If your figure is twisted in a single point, you can use the bucket fill tool, to colorozize only one part in a different color.


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Here's one method which uses a boolean operation. Draw a rectangle around the shape, and do Object > Lower to bottom Select the rectangle and shape, and do Path > Intersection Do Path > Break Apart Now each piece can have its own fill. Example


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Create a new drawing in Inkscape. Go to the Layers menu (Shift+Ctrl+L) where you will see a default layer called "Layer 1". Click on the "-" button in the menu to delete "Layer 1". Any objects drawn will now appear in root. In your original drawing containing objects on one or more layers, select the object(s) that you want to ...


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I have tried this inkscape extension, and this works really well and easy to use (i use windows 10, inkscape 1.0) inkporter An extension that will help you to export your object in your SVG file to several formats (SVG, JPG, PDF, Multiple PDF Page, WEBP, and EPS) by its ID. If you're a book creator, icon designer, seller in a marketplace, web designer, this ...


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Add nodes by double clicking while using the Edit Paths by Nodes Tool N Drag a selection around all the nodes to select them. Hit the "Make Selected Nodes Corner" button twice. Now, if you want the lines totally separate continue as follows: Hit the "Break Path at Selected Nodes" button Do Path > Break apart


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Select the node tool from the tool bar. Place the pointer/cursor over the desired location for the new node, double click. Before: After: If you require to keep the original curve, create lines connecting the new nodes. If not, you can delete the original curve. Another, less convenient method will change the curves to lines, by control-clicking on each ...


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You can apply extension Modify path > Flatten Bezier. the Flatness parameter affect "the smaller parameter the more nodes and the better fit". The numeric value unfortunately tells something exact only for those who have time to read the documentation and who understand Bezier Curve mathematics. ADD: I must admit I do not know how Flatness ...


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In Inkscape, most boolean operations only work on two paths. So here's a method to achieve that: Select the text, and do Path > Object to Path, to convert the text to outlines. Ungroup the text, and do Path > Combine. This will create a single combined path. Ungroup the squares, select them all, and do Path > Combine. Again this will create a ...


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Make two text versions - red and white. Let the white be on top and use a copy of the red shape as a clipping path for it. You already tried Boolean operations. They need the text as converted to path as you seemingly know. But both pieces to be intersected must also be single entities. You must Ungroup and then combine multiple pieces with Path > Combine....


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Before you do this, please consider carefully why you need to do it. Usually this is not required and can cause problems with vector graphics - it can increase file sizes unnecessarily, and it can also cause conflation artefacts where the shapes butt up against each other, as others have mentioned in the comments. If you still want to do it, try this: Move ...


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PDF imports can be extremely complex in Inkscape. There can be numerous multilevel groupings and clipping paths. You should check the content of the Objects panel. It shows groupings and clippings (if you learn from the documentation how they are shown). Only guessing is possible without knowing the structure. PDFs can be built in so many different ways. To ...


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