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Did one manage to get the new dvisvgm driver from PGF 3.0 to work?

Background: PGF 3.0 added a new, direct way to create SVG. It now has a dvisvgm driver (pgfsys-dvisvgm.def) which has fewer (claimed) limitations than the pgfsys-tex4ht.def driver. Except it doesn't ...
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Specify SVG element ids when converting pgf/tikz figures to SVG

I have a bunch of tikz figures that I would like to convert to svg for inclusion in a webpage. I can successfully use dvisvgm to convert the figures to svg. I noticed that in the resulting svg, some ...
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tikz Join line segments of different thickness with miter

Reading "tikz Multi-segment Line of Varying Thickness" provides a good explanation to join segments, but it seems that the rounded corner transition is the only way to do this nicely? I would like to ...
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How can I convert TikZ to SVG on a Mac?

I'd like to be able to convert a TikZ picture written in LaTeX, into an SVG file which I could load up in Inkscape, for some "tweaking". I have read the threads How can I produce a .svg file from a ...
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Command line SVG2TikZ

(Apologies if this is too far from topic, but I thought it might be of interest to some here) I am writing a makefile to take a bunch of SVGs that I have drawn and turn them into TikZ pictures via ...
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Approach to creating graphics in book - TikZ, SVG, PDF, Inkscape?

I have a series of "charts" I created with Excel (before discovering LaTeX) to show the ROM character patterns for an old computer for inclusion in a book on retrocomputing. My dilemma is how to ...
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Error using htlatex with tikz forest package, invalid SVG generated

htlatex is supposed to support tikz with \def\pgfsysdriver{pgfsys-tex4ht.def} and it does on some tikz examples, but for some other examples, it gives bad svg images. UPDATE I was able to reduce the ...
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Replacement for \curveto in the tikz library - Inkscape export svg to tikz

I need to draw a complex curve and I wanted to help a vector program Inkscape. In first step I tried to use Inkscape to TikZ exporter (http://code.google.com/p/inkscape2tikz/)to convert curve to tikz, ...
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How can I produce a .svg file from a TikZ diagram? [duplicate]

I would like to produce separate .svg files for each of the TikZ diagrams in my LaTeX document. Each of the .svg files will then be used in a WordPress web page. I have tried a number of things, none ...
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How to export svg to tikz

I was wondering if anyone had managed exporting .svg files to TikZ code. I do not mean include an .svg file into a latex document, but rather to obtain the code of an image so you can then edit it ...
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Custom TikZ node with svg path not clipped

I would like to make a custom node shape with a small picture (on north east) using the svg directive of TikZ, because the picture comes from a svg path. As you can see with this simple code, the ...
7
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Accessing latex fonts from other programs

How can I get the Latex fonts to work from other programmes (e.g. Inkscape)? I have created some graphics as pdf files with Tikz/PGF/PGFPlot (using miktex/TexnicCentre) using the standard latex fonts ...
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How can I use TikZ to make standalone (SVG) graphics?

I would like to use TikZ in other settings than TeX and I'd especially like to use the drawings on websites where the text should be searchable and selectable. However, I'm unsure of the best way to ...
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Htlatex and Tikz creates sometimes incorrect svgs

I have a document with a large number of Tikz pictures and I need to generate a html page from it. I have declared a driver to have TikZ pictures as SVGs (after this question) and run htlatex ...
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What is a good way to draw Dynkin diagrams in LaTeX?

I'm about to start writing something up which includes a fair number of Dynkin diagrams, and I can think of several ways of going about it: Just draw the darn things in, e.g., InkScape, and include ...