An issue I discover today is similar to this unanswered problem; though not the same, it may have the same cause.
nodejs and I’m processing PDFs. One thing I’d like to do is to outline all the fonts of the PDF (so that they are not selectable with the mouse cursor afterwards).
I’ve been trying to make some icons in inkscape. However, some icons appear to have a “jagged” or “pixelated” effect at curves especially where two shapes overlap each other.
I would like to add text to an SVG template layout and have it flow into the rectangles I have created for it. I would like to do this programmatically.
My document contains two rectangles. It works as expected to scale the width for instance, i.e. all stroke widths are equal. Even if I have selected both objects.
I have a hollow closed path created by taking two closed paths and applying Path > Difference. I know the two paths are “identical”, but one is an inset of the other. (This could be done with one of the Path > Offset tools, but that ends up creating curves I don’t want, so I created this one by duplicating my closed path, giving the duplicate a wide stroke, Path > Stroke to Path, Path > Break Apart, delete outer path.)
Okay so say I have a shape like this:
Is there a quick way to apply an entire color palette to a linear gradient in Inkscape?
I want to make the grid fit inside the circle(remove the extra grid outside the circle). How can I achieve that in the simplest way? I have tried almost everything under the path menu but nothing helped.
I am trying to change the font of “x” in the figure below. I selected it with “Select” (the arrow icon) and then clicked on “Create and Edit Text” (the A icon) and I think the thin dashed line around x means that it is selected. Then I expected to be able to adjust its properties in the text toolbar on top, but to no avail. I changed the font to 10 size and nothing happened. I changed it “Perpetua” again nothing. Why? As far as I can deduce from the click menu the image is not grouped nor frozen.