I'd like to try this out.  I'm running 0.46+devel r21262 built 30 Apr 2009
on a MAC Mini OS 10.5.6.  So, where does the code go?

Judith K.

--- On Sun, 5/10/09, Alvin Penner <penner@...2467...> wrote:
From: Alvin Penner <penner@...2467...>
Subject: Re: [Inkscape-user] Dashed path in inkscape
To: inkscape-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009, 3:23 PM

a proposal has been made at https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape/+bug/374574
for a new Python extension to cut the paths according to the dashed pattern
used in the Stroke Style dialog. The source code (2 files, one .py and one
.inx) is available at that location, for anyone that would like to try it.
It needs to go into the directory C:\Program
Files\Inkscape\share\extensions\, and on the menu it is located
Extensions | Modify Path | Convert to Dashes.

Note that this procedure is destructive, you will not be able to edit the
paths after this. Well, you can maybe use Edit | Undo..., but it would be
best to save your work before doing this. Also, before using this procedure,
you should normally use the procedure Path | Object to Path.

any feedback would be welcome...

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