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How do I make a perfect curve in Inkscape and build my drawing on it

Use the circle tool to get as close to the curves as possible. Then move the arc controls. Then do Path > Object to Path, to convert the shape to paths. From here you can make small adjustments to ...
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How to draw a full rose curve using function plotter in inkscape

You seem to want a polar plot. X means the angle and Y means the radius. The angle covers a single turn (that's exactly 2Pi radians) if the X range is from 0 to 1 and option X is multiplied by 2Pi is ...
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How to overlay intersection with original object in Inkscape?

Shapebuilder was released in July 2023 with Inkscape 1.3. With it this is quite easy: just make sure you deselect the "replace objects" option of the tool and to group the objects ...
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Intersection tools/ cut path in Inkscape

Shapebuilder was released in July 2023 with Inkscape 1.3 (Graphic presumably by Martin Owens)
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Avoiding snapping temporarily in Inkscape

As far as I know, there is no modifier key for this while drawing with any of the shape tools in Inkscape, so this is kind of a non-answer. It's not possible. It has nothing to do with using the ...
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How to generate a single path for a SVG using Illustrator?

Thanks for the suggestion. It works really great. My problem is that I need shapes with dotted lines (dash) and it seems that with the compound command they become solid. Is there a way to create ...
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Unable to create new line in text in Inksape Vector

Okay, problem solved! Thank you Billy Kerr for bringing the units to my attention, apparently the unit was set to pt and when I converted it to lines it was 0,03 lines. Changed the unit to lines and ...
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How to define a non-destructive contrast modification layer in inkscape?

It is possible, but Inkscape's raster capabilities are fairly limited in comparison to an actual raster image editor. So it's going to be a bit painful to be honest. Here's an example using Filters &...
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How to define a non-destructive contrast modification layer in inkscape?

Partial workarounds: Import the photo as linked. Then you can mask, scale, rotate and group it in Inkscape. And the same for all Inkscape's filters which accept a photo. The original photo is not ...
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Is it possible to edit a mask layer without detaching it in inkscape?

Not directly. The mask isn't selectable or editable once it is applied to an object. However, you could keep your mask object off the page, create a clone of it, and use the clone as the mask. Then ...
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Embed linked raster images in Inkscape

I just discovered that if you go to Extensions Images Embed Images you can embed all your images at once or just the one you selected. And then:
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Embed linked raster images in Inkscape

Select all your images, right-click one on the canvas and select 'Embed Image'. Now all selected images should be embedded. To quickly select all images at once, you can use the Ctrl+F 'Find/Replace' ...
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Fonts in Inkscape Vector showing odd space when they overlap

Select the text object, then open up the Fill and Stroke panel Shift+Ctrl+F, click the Fill tab, then at the top right corner choose the option for solid fill shown highlighted in red below. As for ...
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Saving SVG as PDF causes disappearance of centralized graphics

There's something wrong with the large graphic. It's a <use> element, so either a clone or a symbol, and it seems to have a filter applied. I can't be 100% sure, though. For some unknown reason ...
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How to add shapes equidistantly along a curved path in Inkscape

If your goal is to add shapes, then it's possible to do this without adding any nodes. You could use the Pattern Along a Path LPE. Basically, set the Pattern Copies to Repeated Stretched, then you can ...
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How to add shapes equidistantly along a curved path in Inkscape

The 'Extensions → Modify Path → Add Nodes...' extension lets you divide curves into any number of nodes. You can even specify a desired segment length instead of number of divisions. Keep in mind that ...
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Resize a rotated path by its real corners

If it's still a rectangle element, and you haven't converted it to paths, then you can use the Rectangle tool to select it. Then you can change the width or height numerically in the controls bar ...
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Can you create particle clouds in Inkscape?

There's 2 ways to make the cloud as vector use a chaotic noise effect which generates the bitmap image of the cloud in rendering have so low number (max. few thousands) of particles that the ...
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Export svg without anti-aliasing in Inkscape 1.0 by command line

Version 1.3 seems to have the new --export-png-antialias command line option, which you can set to 0 (none) to 3 (best) Here is the source code showing the new version: https://gitlab.com/inkscape/...
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Can you create particle clouds in Inkscape?

This is a complementary answer to Billy Kerr's answer, only to make the "spherical part" using Blender wich is free, and explaining what a Fresnel material is. (It requires a basic ...
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Can you create particle clouds in Inkscape?

You could use a filter in Inkscape to create rough/turbulent noise, but it's quite tricky to find the right one or adjust it to get it to look right. Making individual objects/particles would create a ...
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Inkscape: stack or abut objects

Placing a rectangle and a circle so that they touch in single point and are aligned is easy if you have snaps ON. Not all snaps are needed, these snaps are enough: Actually Inkscape assumes that the ...
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Inkscape: stack or abut objects

Quite by accident, I discovered the answer. Create the objects Using the Align tab (Ctrl-Shift-A) align the objects vertically in the way that you want them to stack (e.g., with the vertical centres ...
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