What I can't find anywhere is how to trace a drawing using this
I used to place the bitmap in a second layer and then using a pen
tool I was able to trace it in another layer.
What is the technique to achieve the same with InkScape ?.
You tried [Path]->[Trace Bitmap] right?
I've never used the layers, I just drew right on top of the
bitmap. Probably be easier using the layers, but it's not
difficult, especially if you zoom right in.
(waste of electrons below)
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