From: Dave M G <martin@au...> - 2007-11-22 02:39:23
I'm creating a bunch of line art drawings in SVG that I will then edit
within PHP to do some dynamic transformations before displaying on the web.
I'm trying to find a readable and helpful set of instructions on how to
manipulate groups of objects to do the following:
Scale group with X and Y proportioned
Scale in X or Y separately
flip on vertical axis
Refill colour on all group elements
jitter slightly points in group
overlay SVG files onto one another
So far I've been able to figure out how to change the color on one object,
but not on a group. Outside of the very technical W3C documentation, I'm not
finding much in the way of user friendly tutorials.
Anyone have any tips on where I might look for such a resource?
Dave M G
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> I'm creating a bunch of line art drawings in SVG that I will then edit
> within PHP to do some dynamic transformations before displaying on the web.
Hi, this is not an answer really but it's related. I have been playing with
cairo and librsvg which together can do some amazing stuff with SVG.
> Scale group with X and Y proportioned
> Scale in X or Y separately
> flip on vertical axis
Matrices in Cairo
> Refill colour on all group elements
Unsure about this one
> jitter slightly points in group
Access the path data from cairo
> overlay SVG files onto one another
Normal Source->Dest with Cairo.
I don't know about PHP + Cairo, I have been using Python.