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Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign both handle vector art, so does Sketch app (though it's more of a UI design tool now), so do Affinity Designer and Affinity Publisher - all of which are available for Mac - I also use Inkscape (on occasion) on a Mac, and as long as you've an X11 instance, it works fine. For myself, I'd do this work in Affinity Designer ...


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As i haven't seen any step-by step description of the procedure, here is the thing that worked for me in Creative studio 2019: Don't bother with creating an EPS file using Photoshop. It will not create a vector file (despite the many tutorials on the web telling you that it will). Make sure that the file you want to convert is a simple bitmap file with no ...


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A .SVG file is a native vector graphics file and it seems to me that your script is just embedding the bmp into a .svg file - It's clear that's not what you want to accomplish. Exporting or embedding a raster file in a vector file will not yield a useful conversion. The .bmp would probably need to be recreated as a vector file in order to function as ...


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<defs> That's an example for th following font. https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Fredoka One Open visit the font page and copy everything into "defs"


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The task can be performed with 3D software which allows vector object mappings to surfaces. I tried it in an entry level 3D modeller named MoI3D. It somehow resembles a premium package named Rhinoceros. MoI3D has radically different user interface, poor coloring options and no photorealistic rendering. But it can make the wanted curve projection in the same ...


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Import the SVG paths into JOSM to create a geocoded file format as follows: Install Java Download JOSM (Java OpenStreetMap Editor) Run JOSM: java -jar josm-latest.jar Click Edit > Preferences Click Plugins icon (socket and plug) Click Available Search for importvec Check importvec Click Download Click OK Click Restart when prompted Click File > New Layer ...


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Option A: At least my illustrator version. Illustrator will export <line> elements made as a single span segment with no tangents and is never touched with convert anchor tool. Illustrator exports <polygon> if the shape you use is closed and has no tangent handles. Illustrator exports <polyline> if element is made out of a multispand ...


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I know this is stale, but I wanted to add something. I am by no means a graphic artist or even remotely knowledgable when it comes to all things Inkscape. However, I compared an SVG from Inkscape that displays correctly in powerpoint to one that does not, and the difference I found was that the disappearing paths were listed as a "use" rather than a "path" ...


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I think this probably a rendering issue because the width of the white line seems to change with different zoom levels. Anyway, if you want to combine the shapes in a heart shape, I suggest the path->Union option to combine the two shapes (left in the image below) into a single one (right):


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SVG files are formatted text documents. They follow a standard which makes them suitable for scripting as you suggest. If you examine a few of your icon files, you may note common features within all of them or a common configuration which will enable your objective. For example, you will certainly find stroke = "ffaa33" although the portion inside the ...


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No such way. There is no assumed dpi value just simplest interpretation. This is because you assume there is a unit called a pixel there is not. It just a arbitrary definition 1 internal unit equals to a pixel*. Since pixels aren't units there's no assumption that they have any size at all (trying to enforce such things is even worse). You shouldn't be ...


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It has nothing to do with the SVG format. It's just a little quirkiness of Inkscape's co-ordinate system. The page origin is at the bottom left, and the object origin is the same, which is as you say counter intuitive. Not to worry though, you can find the real SVG co-ordinates in the XML editor. Just open it up using Shift+CTRL+X, and select the object, ...


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Using search terms "inkscape invert coordinates," I learned that this is an undesirable feature of inkscape to as far back as 0.48 and has been forecast to be corrected on v 0.49, but as of 0.92, there is nothing changed. I found references to patches which flip the Y axis but it was too obscure for my understanding. Other posts on the 'net indicate that it'...


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If I open the SVG in Illustrator, the text has a bunch of empty spaces before it. Since PDF is also an Adobe format, I suspect the PDF is seeing these same empty spaces. After some playing.... just remove the white space in the SVG around the text... <tspan id="tspan16968" sodipodi:role="line" x="0" y="0">TYPICAL THROUGH</tspan> For some odd ...


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