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There's an unwritten aspect about Graphic Styles.... There are 2 kinds of them: Object Level Styles - Where appearance adjustments are made on objects. Group Level Styles - Where appearance adjustments are added to a group. (Groups, by default, have no direct appearance adjustments) There's no way to tell the difference, until the style is applied -- and ...


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I'm not a GIMP user, but to me it seems improbable that GIMP would have such a function out of the box. Sure it could be scripted, but if you measure pixel by pixel along a path, you will get all sorts of inconsistencies because of noise and anti-aliasing in the image. Also the measurements would depend a lot on the exact path you draw. The path you have ...


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I just checked the file. These objects are a combined path. So, ungrouping will not separate them. Ungrouping only works on groups, and this isn't a group. You can tell if an object is a combined path or a group by selecting it, then check the Status Bar along the bottom. It will either say "Path" or "Group of x object". Example showing ...


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Insert beginning-, middle- and end markers to the path: Every node gets a marker. Circular marker is centered at the node. The markers are not easily editable, you must choose from a limited selection of sizes and styles. You can apply Path > Stroke to Path and ungroup to get the circles separated for edits. The path loses its editability, so have a ...


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