On Thu, 2008-05-22 at 16:05 +0200, sm4vlm@...2533... wrote:
I work as a technical writer and use Inkscape to modify PDF-files.
I been working on a picture and have separeted the layers as :
-dotted line objects
This made it simpy to change the color/linewidth for each layer. Just
lock all the other layers and select the things on the remaining
layer, change color for the objects, unlock the layers, and then carry
on working ....
When I group together objects from different layers and later ungroup
them, all of the objects ends up att the same layer insted of the
layer they where before grouping.
I would like that the ungrouped object remain on the same layer as it
had before grouping similar to the handling of blocks/layers in
Or is there a other way to work that I might have missed?
// Gunnar Lestander
There are no layers in SVG. Layers are simulated by groups, and groups
are hierarchical. Layers are the highest level group, all other groups
must be contained in them. Grouping objects from different layers means
rearranging the groups.
Just my 0.00000002 million dollars worth,
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