Is it possible to reduce the size of a SVG file by cutting off (some or all
of) the digits of numbers behind the decimal point automatically? Can this
be done within Inkscape or is it possible to write a script to extend
Inkscape? (With regular expressions and a scripting laanguage it would be
possible but I would like to know if a feature like this already exists.
It should work like this:
d="M 197.50906,180.93358 C 208.42611,171.19005 243.09749,175.25444
255.13174,160.93358 C 258.56906,156.84315 258.33300,147.20836
d="M 197,180 C 208,171 243,175 255,160 C 258,156 258,147 258,140"
Thanks in advance!
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I'm really excited about the imminent release of 0.43! I've been
playing with the latest pre-release and I'm wondering if anyone has tips
on the settings for the calligraphy tool. I'd like to use Inkscape, and
in particular the calligraphy tool (I think), to do line work for my
pencil drawings. (For those of you into comics, I'm essentially wanting
to use Inkscape to do my inks digitally.) But so far I can't quite get
the sort of taper response I'm looking for. Is it a settings issue or
am I asking the program to do something it's not quite ready for?
Here's a post on my sketch blog where I'm playing with it and sort of
comparing it (albeit unfairly at this point) to Expression 3 (which I'd
rather not use):
So, any suggestions on best approaches/settings/etc. for freehand line art?
I expect that the problem with this is that, depending on your document's
scale, this might end up throwing all the information away. What if your
document contains "0.197509,0.18033 C 0.20842,0.17119 0.2439,0.17525", and
all your points are between 0.00000 and 0.99999? I thought of this myself a
couple of weeks ago, but it isn't as simple as it might seem.
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Not nagging or anything. But I'm checking out the feature request page
for that function every day to see if someone has assigned to do it.
When that function is added I can switch to inkscape and use it to draw
my animations and I'll credit inkscape in the film and the film will
atleast show at film festivals in sweden. Just saying. :) (and
pleeeeeease pleeeeease pleeeeeaaseeeee)
link to the feature request:
> From: Aaron Digulla <digulla@...310...>
> There was the idea floating around that stroking close to an existing
> path would adjust it instead of creating a new one. This way, you could
> quickly fix misstrokes. Maybe that would help?
I am running Inkscape 0.42.2 on a Windows XP Pro machine and encountered a
strange problem. I did not notice if I was able to successfully add fonts
earlier but yesterday I tried to add some and failed to access them trough
Inkscape. However, I was able to use some other fonts I remember I installed
earlier. Those new fonts I installed yesterday were also available in other
graphics programmes I use too. So I searched for the font cache file and
deleted it, restarted Inkscape but nothing seemed to have changed, deleted
again but the problem persisted. Now, I do not know what to do.
Please help me!