On Tue, 2008-04-29 at 03:03 -0700, Alvin Penner wrote:
> what is the significance of the 'inkscape:original-d' attribute, I mean what
> action causes it to be present? I'm finding that when it is present, then it
> is no longer possible to edit the d attribute as one normally would in the
> XML editor, see https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape/+bug/223986 .
> Is it possible to remove the 'inkscape:original-d' attribute, once it is
This attribute means that the path is being effected by a live path
effect. The original-d is the path as drawn in the node editor, and
then the d is the path after it's gone through the live path effect.
To remove the live path effect you can go to Path->Object to Path and
that will turn it into a normal path.
Ted Gould wrote:
> To remove the live path effect you can go to Path->Object to Path and
> that will turn it into a normal path.
thanks, that solved the problem, my main concern was how to get back to
"normal" notation after a LPE had been done.
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