The *.svg files are XML files. Just save it. Note that Inkscape uses translate extensively. That means the coordinates in an object may be translated to another position. You have to add the two together to get the correct coordinates.
brynn wrote:"...add the two..." The 2 what? The coordinates from the XML file and what? Sorry, I'm just not clear what you mean
Neon22 wrote:I would be happy to - and i have some more extensions to add also - its not clear to me how to add them so they end up in he next release. Perhaps I should get on the developers mailing list ?
Neon22 wrote:To fix the transform issue:
- import simpletransform
- for each path (node.tag == inkex.addNS('path','svg'))
Will 'bake' the coordinates into the node (discarding the transform).
~suv wrote:(…) reports incorrect coordinates (…)
for i in range( len(pathData)-1):
for i in range( len(pathData)):
Nathan1123 wrote:What did I do wrong?!
Nathan wrote:What did I do wrong?!
ragstian wrote: You can fix this easily by editing the extension python file and change the inkex.unittouu to self.unittouu
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