@moon is this export option available on the command line? I am using
inkscape --export-type="png" foo.svg foo.png and I want a 300ppi 150x150 png
I do want a precise ppi and size when I edit in photoshop, ideally without a second update routine
You have already got a visually perfect receipe (by Mr.Kerr). Many of us like to evaporate the parts which are not any more visible under the clipping mask. If you have taken for ex. a snippet from OpenStreetMap there can easily be 5000% unwanted stuff hanging around, the clipping mask makes it only invisible but it's there making the machine slower and ...
The easiest way is probably to group the artwork, then draw a path with the Pen Tool to define the area you want to cut out, then select both artwork and path, and do Object > Clipping Mask > Make.
If you want to retain the outline, copy it before applying the clipping mask, then apply the clipping mask, then do Edit > Paste in Place to get the ...
Try changing the text to paths in Inkscape. I just tried it and it seems to work.
I'm not entirely sure why, but perhaps Krita has some different way of rendering text point sizes in an SVG, since converting to paths removes all references to point sizes. Note that converting text to paths is also an easy way to solve the problem of text disappearing when ...
If you have a character as a path, or a series of characters as one or more paths, you may select the character(s). On first click, you get the option to resize it from an edge or corner, with double click, you get the option to rotate the selection.
But what often is overseen, with the arrows not in the corner, but top or bottom in the center, you may skew ...
This is for Inskcape 1.0
Select and convert the R to outlines using Path > Object to path, then draw a path with the Bézier tool to act as the cut line. Then, using the Edit Paths by Nodes tool N, select both paths. Note that holding down Shift as you click allows you to make a multiple selection.
Do Path > Division which is a boolean operation, then ...
An easy task. Copy your existing vector, then use Edit, Paste in Place. Select Path, Dynamic offset and drag the handle to get the desired offset, which will appear "concentric," although that term is inaccurate.
To remove transforms and keep primitive SVG shapes ( rect, ellipse ):
Group shapes you want to export
Then press "Unite"
Ungroup and export / asset / etc.
If you have overlapping shapes - move them before grouping so they don't overlap, do the procedure, move them back...
If you have only one shape - draw anything next to it, group ... do the ...
You want to click that button labeled "Use Artboard" when you initially save the file. The button is at the bottom of the Save dialogue box. I'm pretty sure I figured this out accidentally because I was having the same issue as you're describing one time, but this time I checked off that box, just to see what it sis, and seems to be the fix! (; Oh, ...
Apply Path > Stroke to Path to your red shape. Using a stroke for clipping leaves visible the area which would get filled if the stroke had got a fill color.
EDIT due later comments:
This is useless method in this special case because questioner's animation process doesn't accept it.
As per Scott's answer, you have a compound path which can only have one stroke attribute.
Here's a workaround with instructions specifically for Inkscape
Select the object and do Edit > Duplicate
Do Path > Break apart - this will release the compound path
Select the outer piece, delete it, leaving the filled circle inside
Select the filled circle
I'm not an Inkscape user.
Typically with compound shapes you can't define a stroke on only one section or part of a compound shape. The entire purpose of a compound shape is that it's seen as one object.
You need to duplicate the circle and apply a stroke to the duplicate if you wish to retain the "hole" or "counter" in the full shape.
Hope you are safe.
Do not drag and drop the image in such case. I am not sure XD works to replace the image that existed.
Instead try this
Make the group inside your mask expand.
select the layer inside your BAR folder.
Copy and Paste your new icon here. A new layer inside the same group gets created with new icon.
Delete the first image that was to be ...
This could easily be done using vector image editing software such as Illustrator (not free) or Inkscape (free and Open Source), or similar editor.
Since the PNG is quite good quality, you could auto trace the PNG to get a fairly good result, and then create the coloured pieces with the Bézier/Pen tool, apply a fill colour to each, and send to the bottom of ...
release link is dead, so i found this:
Installed on adobe animate cc 2017 but it drops me an error when exporting animated svg
doNextTimeline: 0 file:///Macintosh%20HD/Users/JCS/Dropbox/Tipsr/test/test.fla.svg
getShape: (Timeline ...
This has nothing to do with SVG really. I think it's the design that is the problem.
Looks like the lines are too thin, so when you are rescaling them they are becoming less than a pixel. Change the design if you want something that is to be displayed at such a small size, or alternatively don't scale it so much that it will cause a problem.
Yes, it's ...
You can switch off the transform behaviour in Preferences > Behaviour > Transforms, and choose "Optimise" instead of "Preserve".
However if you then move paths, Inkscape will recalculate the path positions, and add its own styles. I know of no way to prevent that. However, when I do this the shapes and curves do not change visually. I can't replicate that ...