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On Wed, 30 Nov 2005 00:55:46 +0100, Patrick Roane
I am a fairly new user of Inkscape and was wondering
how I can create a square that has rounded corners on
the top, but streight corners on the bottom?
So far, I've noticed there are only 3 nodes which I
can use to modify my square. One of which is used to
round the corners- but it does all 4. Is there a way I
can only select 2 of the 4 corners to round?
there is a way how you can achieve this but you have to create two
rectangles (one of them without rounded corners), convert them to a
path (Path - Object to Path) and use boolean operation "Difference"
to cut off rounded corners of one side. By this you'll get rectangle
with only two rounded corners. The disadvantage is that it is no longer
a shape but a path, so you can not easily change the radius of rounded
 Boolean operations:
 SVG rectangle specification:
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