On Mon, 21 May 2007, Cédric Valcke wrote:
Does somebody know how I could make such a thing http://www.digitalz.org/images/circle_arrow.gif (linear gradient on the arrows) with inkscape ?
What I did in the attached was:
- draw a circle - change it to a path - select all nodes then add nodes - break the path at each node (*) - 'break apart' the paths to make separate objects - set the end markers on all the paths to arrowheads - convert strokes to paths (path menu) - union the now detached arrow heads with the line parts - add gradients - don't think there's any way around doing those one by one
You'll need to split one of the arrows so its tail can be under the preceeding arrow while its head is above the tail of the next.
Hope that helps.
(*) breaking a path at its nodes currently you have to do one node at a time, there's an active bug report that when fixed should allow you do break them all at once.
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