[Clipart] Re : 30K! and ready to launch!!!
nicoduf at yahoo.fr
Mon Apr 26 03:44:27 PDT 2010
Hi Jon, hi all,
> De : Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org>
> I found a solution! Open them in inkscape, save them as
> plain-svg then browsers read them just fine.
Inkscape 0.47 provides an Optimized SVG output (in the File>Save As dialog) which could fit your needs in a smarter way than plain-svg. I use it to generate the Inkscape embedded tutorials, and not only the output SVG is cleaner, but it is also smaller (reduced by about 40% with my test case).
Since it is also available as a standalone python script (http://codedread.com/scour/), why not using it as an (automated?) import filter?
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