brynn wrote:Arguably, the most beautiful thing about vector graphics, is that they can be scaled at will, without pixelizing or any distortion at all!
And that's the point where I feel serious limitations. You can't be sure you'll get exactly as you'd expect after scaling or even after a tiny bit of transformation. At least in inkscape, decimals are all messed up in the xml, no matter if you type in even values, there is no control on that.
Too bad if you want even something as easy as a webpage, you'll have to deal with useless floats.
In that sense a raster image is more predictable, each pixel is stretched equally.
Also if you decrease the precision in the preferences, God have mercy on your drawing if you scale objects.