SVG, short for Scalable Vector Graphics, is a language used for describing two-dimensional vector graphics.

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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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How not to extract text when using \includesvg?

When using the includesvg macro that is provided by the svg package to include an svg image, all "text components" of the image (see the manual) are separated into a pdf_tex file (which is basically a ...
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How can I generate a nicely laid out image including text and a png image?

I would like to generate an image which incorporates some text, nicely laid out with a nice font, and a png image which has to be included in the image. I could put this together quite quickly in ...
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Install package svg.sty

I am using Kile to write latex documents. I want to include .svg picture in my document. After including \usepackage{svg} and compiling my document into pdf, I have an error: "File 'svg.sty' ...
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Is this a bug with Inkscape and/or LaTeX or am I missing something?

I want to include figures generated by inkscape which include transparency. When I change the width of the figures, things get weird. Have you ever noticed this and is there a better way to do? % ...
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Latex SVG with variable Text

-this question is a dublicate of a stackoverflow-question- I would like to write a document with figures containing variable text. In the combination of SVG and Latex, I tried to acomplish this: In ...
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Include SVG does not detect file

I am trying to render an .svg image using the svg.sty package in latex. When I run the following code I get three errors. Posted below the code ...
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How to convert font file to a series of Bézier curves?

While we are solving this question How to get intersection point(s) of two glyphs?, we are facing some interesting subproblems. This is the first one. How we could convert any font file (OTF, TTF, ...
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Convert color SVG / PDF to greyscale, using hatching patterns

I have a couple of charts which are in PDF or SVG format. I want to embed them as figures, but I want to replace colors with different types of hatching patterns. Is it possible to do this with LaTeX? ...
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Trying to convert an svg to use in LaTeX

I know this is only semi-tex related but I think it's something a lot of people are familiar with. I used inkscape to grab an image out of a pdf. After doing so, I found out the only way it would ...
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Font size change in svg included in pdflatex beamer document

I include an svg I created with matplotlib (see here how - at the bottom) using pyplot.savefig("test.svg") in my latex document. \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{svg} ...
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Why do some of the characters in my included PDF file show up transparent?

I'm trying to include a PDF file in my LaTeX document (I'm using pdflatex), which looks as follows: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \includegraphics[page=1]{fdt1} ...
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How can I change the converter for SVGs previews in LyX?

I've been using SVG files in my LyX documents, on Arch Linux (LyX 2.1.1), but found that when converting to PDF, the default rsvg-convert does a poor job, with many artifacts (e.g. lost text, lost ...
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Position of included svg image

how can I include an .svg image and center it relative to a specific point? There is a specific point in the image that should be equidistant from both the left and the right of the page.
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How to import SVG or EPS files with LaTeX legends on Inkscape?

I usually plot my functions using Matlab or Python (matplotlib) and set labels with LaTeX. Occasionally, the plots have some rendering problem and I edit their SVG or EPS files using Inkscape. The ...
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How do I label and reference an Inkscape file using \input?

I have written the following code in TexShop: \begin{figure}[h] \begin{center} \def\svgwidth{\columnwidth} \input{<nameoffile>.pdf_tex} \caption{figure 1} \label{fig:no1} \end{center} ...