If you draw out a standard rectangle with a stroke and no fill, you
can turn it into a squiggly line with Effects >> Render >> Function
Plotter. For a basic squiggle, you'd want either sin(x) or cos(x),
though you could probably make more interesting squiggles with things
like sin(x)**2 or sin(x**2). I assume the script takes '**' for powers
as it's written in Python.
Yay, maths.
Raeth
On 10/31/06, Kasper Peeters <kasper.peeters@...> wrote:
> Is there a way to draw wiggly lines with Inkscape? (I don't mean
> handdrawn wiggles, those are never regular; I need wiggles which have
> the same size everywhere on the path). A related question: is there a
> way to draw paths with a "spring" or "coil" shape superposed on it?
>
> Thanks,
> Kasper
