From: Tom Lechner <lechner@ac...> - 2007-09-23 00:07:24
On 09/22/2007 04:33:35 PM, Aaron Spike wrote:
> Inkscape doesn't seem to support the individual style attributes.
> Could you post a sample that uses the css style=3D"" attribute?
Arg! I meant:
Forgot the ".com". Does that work? I'm not sure which attributes you =20
are refering to. The Inkscape I'm running (0.45) opens it apparently =20
fine. Groups in the file have a transform, and some have a =20
clip-path=3D"url(#link1)", filter=3D"url(#link2), which is the same sort of=
thing from native Inkscape SVG.
On 9/22/07, Tom Lechner <lechner@...> wrote:
> The final steps of growing the boundary of the patch so the edges do not
> introduce transparency, and the blurring is a bit haphazard. My question
> is this: What is the relationship between "blur radius", the 0..100 blur
> slider in Inkscape, and SVG's stdDeviation?
from 0.45 relnotes:
The blur value is a percentage, with 100% corresponding to a blurring
radius (standard deviation of Gaussian function) of 1/8 of the
object's bounding box' perimeter (that is, for a square, a blur of
100% will have the radius equal to half a side, which turns any shape
into an amorphous cloud).
> I've tried using various
> static values, but there doesn't seem to be a very satisfactory one.
Of course if you're generating SVG, you need to set this as an abs
length with units. The percents are only for the UI.
Inkscape. Draw Freely.