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Hi. having big problems with import of svg files in vinylmaster. i generally use incskape to edit pitchures but now i cant do so anymore becouse when i got vinylmaster all svg files are destroyed when importing to vinylmaster cut ltr. why does this happend? se result pitchures below. logos is for my own bike when the orginal logos where destroyd. when washing it. so no trademark or copyright problem here. 

Any ideas?

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test 1 vinylmaster.png

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Have you tried saving the svg files in different svg formats? Because SVG is an open source format, it is not as strictly controled as a proprietary format would be and different software treats different aspects of the format slightly differently. Inkscape can save as "Inkscape SVG", "Plain SVG", and "Optimized SVG". Might try a different one and see how it works. Inkscape can also save off as EPS so might just give that a go.

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You may be able to fix this if you convert the text to "paths" before you save the SVG file

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On 21.5.2018 at 3:41 PM, darcshadow said:

Have you tried saving the svg files in different svg formats? Because SVG is an open source format, it is not as strictly controled as a proprietary format would be and different software treats different aspects of the format slightly differently. Inkscape can save as "Inkscape SVG", "Plain SVG", and "Optimized SVG". Might try a different one and see how it works. Inkscape can also save off as EPS so might just give that a go.

Yes. I have tried all svg file types that are in incscape. all exacly the same..

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On 21.5.2018 at 4:42 PM, Guest Future Support said:

You may be able to fix this if you convert the text to "paths" before you save the SVG file

did not work. but gave me an idea. i added nodes in inkscape before i exported it to vinylmaster. that did the trick. vinylmaster is very sensitive to little nodes obviously

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