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EPS is an old format with support for full transparency (i.e the background can be tranparent), and also supports the use of clipping paths for transparency around a raster image, but it doesn't support semi-transparent fills, or gradients with semi-transparency. Doesn't really matter what software you use. It's not actually possible in a pure EPS format, ...


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SVG is often not suitable for... Embroidery Signage Print production When providing a logo you should provide usable formats for a range of things. SVG, EPS, AI, PDF, PSD, JPG, PNG, even GIF. Simply because an SVG file can be opened in an editor and resaved is not a reason to fail to provide viable formats to the client. What if the client doesn't want to ...


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but I'm not sure what the client would miss out on in regard of print What the client will be missing is color accuracy. It used to be that most printers will refuse to accept RGB files which by extension means all Inkscape svg files. The reason for this is that they risk the client rejecting their print jobs due to the colors not matching. These days ...


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This is for Inkscape Begin with a circle Select the gradient mesh tool, in the tool controls bar hit the Conical gradient button, set 8 rows and 8 columns, and click and drag on the circle to apply a mesh. Click and drag to select all stops on the gradient, and change the colour to green Select other stops, and change to white Click and drag the arc ...


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This effect can be achieved by many different ways like masking and etc but I'll use photoshop's Angle Gradient effect to achieve this one. Create circle shape via shape tool. Remove fill and border. Apply Gradient Effect on circle layer. Change gradient to single color via removing all extra color nodes (down pins in gradient editor) Drag opacity controls (...


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Let me explore the topic a bit. The shape If we are attempting to do this with vector shapes, the shape itself must be right. It is easy to have deformed or disproportional shapes. One way to prepare them is duplicating the overall shape and using the contour lines thicker on the shape it will be the final border of the shadow. Now we have 2 shapes to ...


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There is no good solution. I mean you can force a solutuon but it will never be a good solution since the standard does not give you any tools for this. The filters were supposed to be enough for you. You can only use things that whatever subset your SVG engine supports. Using a different application will not change this. Besides filters the only other ...


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This is for Inkscape. Select the paths using the Edit Paths by Nodes tool Click and drag to select the nodes you want to resize In the toolbar along the top, hit the Show Transform Handles button Resize using the handles, move into position using the arrow keys on your keyboard. You will likely have to manually adjust the path where the head joins with ...


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The following steps are to edit the SVG in Inkscape. Select the "Draw Bezier Curve" tool (B). Left-click and draw points around the money opening area. With the object completed, select the "Pick colors from image" tool (D) and select the original green shape. Open the "View and edit XML tree" panel on the left side. Move ...


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Thank you all for your replies, all three answers so far were very helpful and highlighted different aspects. I will try to compile and summarize into one answer, what I understood from reading your input (I apologize if putting that into it's own answer isn't appropriate). Just providing SVG files for logos is not sufficient, since it lacks CMYK support ...


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Outline the font. Dolce-Regular, Dolce are not a common typefaces and not included in your SVG file. <text id="YogaMatch" transform="translate(221.04 68.3)" fill="#707070" font-size="44" font-family="Dolce-Regular, Dolce"><tspan x="0" y="0">YogaMatch</tspan></text&...


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I can't really answer the automation part of this, and I suspect it would involve coding it in some way, which is way beyond my abilities. However, to get you on the right track, SVGs are just text files. Theoretically, you could just copy the SVG code for the paths/objects, then paste them into another SVG file using a plain text editor. I use Notepad++ for ...


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There are invisible objects in your design. You can see some of them here: After doing another check, selected just one object, and then I did Edit > Select Same > Object Type, I can see many others. Many of these are duplicated several times one on top of the other. To fix you should try to delete all these invisible objects.


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