On 5/21/07, Horvath Andras <han@...2223...> wrote:
When you open SVG in firefox, then it open SVG with 1.0
Inkscape puts extra datas in SVG, that's why there is separate option to
save your graphic -> Inkscape SVG or plain SVG.
If you wanna see how your graphic looks like in a browser or anywhere
else, then save it in plain SVG (but make backup of course) and then
reload it into Inkscape. Then you'll see what's missing.
No. This is a misconception. Please do not spread it.
Inkscape does NOT add anything to SVG that would change how the
document is rendered (with a single exception, which hopefully will be
fixed soon). Anything that Inkscape adds to SVG when writing the
Inkscape SVG format only affects how objects behave when edited, not
how they look. That's the whole point of Inkscape. Therefore, when you
save as plain SVG, you just get a smaller file and lose some of its
editability in Inkscape, but it will be rendered exactly the same as
Inkscape SVG by all compliant renderers.
Inkscape. Draw Freely.