I recently upgraded my operating system (from debian 7 to debian 9) and I'm slowly adapting to the more recent version of Inkscape (0.92.1).
One thing I noticed is that the "Guides" are activated by default when I start Inkscape.
To deactivate them, I have to go through "Document Properties", select the tab "Guides", and un-check the box "Show guides".
My question is---Would there be a way to have these Guides deactivated by default? So I wouldn't have to do this everyt time?
Any suggestion would be highly appreciated. Thanks!
Hi community !
In inkscape 0.92, Debian testing, I don't manage to make
Extension > Modify Path > PixelSnap to work.
Not sure if i'm beeing dumb because I don't use this extension
Tried with a minimal 32x32 pixel document, two squares converted
to paths, one with fill, one with 1px stroke.
Previewing or Applying the extension seem not to change anything.
Tried selecting the objects, being in "edit node mode" or not,
with and without the nodes selected.
Is it working for you in 0.92 ?
Thanks for any clues, and have a nice day all !
I recently attempted to install Inkscape.
I did not throughly read the documentation, so I ended up installing
Inkscape without instaling Xquartz. When the dialog about X11 appeared, I
became confused, returned to the website, saw my error, and installed
Now when I click to start Inkscape, nothing happens - no dialog to specify
the X11 path, nothing, no icons appear.
I tried uninstalling Inkscape (dragging to trash, emptying trash) then
reinstalling, but I still get no UI nor any option to specify where X11 is.
I'm extremely confused on how I can recover from this error state - does
anyone have any suggestions?
I have a PDF that was itself an export from a CAD (DWG) package (which
is not accessible anymore). I have imported this PDF file into Inkscape
and have successfully deleted most of the objects I don't want in the
drawing but there is one, major, obvious object left and I can't click
on it to delete it so I thought I might be able to work out what the
object is by looking at the SVG code . . but that is nearly 3MB in size
I attach a JPG of the drawing (I can supply the SVG if someone wants to
have a look at it) - the main problem is the white rectangle which looks
like an extension of the road. Minor problems are lines and a little
rectangle to the right of the white rectangle. The original drawing was
all green in that area so it seems those objects have been added on top
(there is only one layer in Inkscape).
Can anyone think of a way of finding those objects - either in the GUI
or by looking at the SVG code so I can delete them?
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