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    Ok being using pro x9 and it does all i need now as i use WP but now i need to export to svg for a big blow up graphic... is the only option UG to pro X? Is this the right product to to UG to or is there another open source way??

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    Default Re: svg export

    What is WP?

    Xara Photo and Graphic Designer WILL export SVG files. Doesn't Pro X9 also export SVG?
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    [QUOTE=ss-kalm;620510]What is WP?

    word press
    will have a hunt to see if ican export svg never done it and now a few yrs old pro x9 assumed it didnt
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    Default Re: svg export

    Version 9 will export svg no problem. I believe you may have to adjust the size of the page to the size of the svg otherwise you will have a big space around the graphic.

    X16 has corrected for this so you only export the graphic.

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    What's UG?
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    Default Re: svg export

    So, if I add a SVG file to my site, how do I get it to export as a SVG image?
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    Default Re: svg export

    @Egg - UG == Upgrade.

    @Gary - when you import SVG, you are importing vectors (with bitmaps, if included).
    Xara then exports such vectors as JPEG / PNG or in rare cases vector.

    We need Xara to allow SVGs to be embedded as Objects - https://www.talkgraphics.com/showthr...DA-Web-Exports, otherwise it is all by hand.

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    Feathering doesn't work on SVG export of any version because Xara uses something different for softening edges than actual SVG. This is likely the only problem you should run into.
    lots of my xara-made stuff ends up on my tumblr. NOT ALWAYS SAFE FOR WORK BUT MOSTLY IS

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    Default Re: svg export

    Quote Originally Posted by gwpriester View Post
    So, if I add a SVG file to my site, how do I get it to export as a SVG image?
    done it ....export option> choose svg . Then open the file in note pad or txt editor look in the first few lines of code for the two sizes in 'pts' change to px and save. As i have done in the pic

    if too small this is the code
    <svg stroke-width="0.501" stroke-linejoin="bevel" fill-rule="evenodd" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" version="1.1" overflow="visible" width="40px" height="50px" viewBox="0 0 213.505 262.5">
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