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Inkscape has a "revert" option, which is intended to allow one to discard changes without closing the file (File > Revert). One can open the file in Inkscape, edit it in the text editor, and then "revert" to the externally edited file. Not instantaneous, but it works for me. Inadvertent saving using Inkscape will destroy your hand-...


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To avoid the conflation problem, I'd construct it as follows. Also a construction like this is simple, and should avoid any browser rendering issues, or the need for a mask. With the Bézier tool, draw a rough shape over the area you wish to fill with the gradient, making sure it overlaps the black areas, and apply the gradient to it. Reduce the object ...


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I had the same question and downloaded the Inkscape source from https://gitlab.com/inkscape/inkscape in order to understand the internal mechanisms. A full-text search for R12 and R14 revealed that these formats are exported using Inkscape extensions, dxf12_outlines and dxf_outlines, respectively (output shortened): [~/source/inkscape]$ grep R12 po/de.po -C ...


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