I've attached a svg logo I originally got from some web site. I've
Unfortunately it seems pretty broken in that the actual contents of a
lot of the contained objects don't seem to be within the bounding
boxes of their containing objects.
I've found that if I more the right sub-objects around I can get them
back withing the bounds of their parents (e.g. by putting
g42->svg40->g38->g36 I can get it into the bounding box of g42. But
of course fixing the entire thing this way would be really painful and
might still not really be correct.
Is this thing really valid to begin with? Is there any good
systematic way to fix it?
Inkscape 1.2.2 is now released.
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Inkscape 1.2.2 is a maintenance and bugfix release, which brings you
4 crash fixes, over 25 bug fixes, 5 fixes for extension bugs
and 13 improved user interface translations.
Notably, the OpenClipart import is now available to everyone, regardless
selected packaging format or operating system, spellchecking finally
macOS, performance is improved (in exchange for dithering disabled by
extensions that modify colors can now also modify colors in patterns again,
and for our maker community, we fixed some issues with the measure tool,
the DXF14 export and with hairline strokes.
Thanks to everyone involved in that release!
The Inkscape team
I rebuilt inkscape and the first couple times what looked like some
sort of original setup dialog showed up. I wanted to look at it and
consider the options it offers but now it doesn't show up again. How
can I make it reappear?