Re: [Inkscape-user] Inkscape-user Digest, Vol 106, Issue 10
by Jabiertxo Arraiza Cenoz
You have decimals in the point positions of the triangles?
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> Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2015 13:39:13 +0100
> From: Pantxo Diribarne <pantxo.diribarne@...155...>
> Subject: [Inkscape-user] Tesselation lines in svg
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> I use Octave  to generate plots as svg files and rework them later in
> Inkscape (0.48.4 in linux mint 17). As Octave uses opengl as its primary
> graphics renderer, polygons are always tessellated into smaller
> triangles. Unfortunately the boundary between triangles is visible on
> screen in Inkscape (see the attached simple plot).
> This is also true if I simply draw 2 triangles that have a common
> boundary, i.e. using "snap to grid" to ensure edges have the exact same
> coordinates: I can see a white boundary line on screen (and in pdf/eps
> outputs) between the two triangles. Is there a workaround in Inkscape?
> Does svg specification have a flag that tels the viewer something like
> "don't draw boundaries"?