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I've made a python3 script (available here & critical code copied below) that swaps the opacity with the alpha channel (first discussed here). While I'm not sure why, LaTeX doesn't apply the opacity style attribute to the element, but fill-opacity works as intended. The python script simply works through the XML and (for example) sets any occurrence ...


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Being in the same situation and having many code listings, I didn't want to make a separate tex file for each listing. I found that by declaring the minted environment as a "standalone environment", on line 4 below, you can have multiple listings that get separate pages in the produced pdf: \documentclass[varwidth=6cm, border={0.5cm 0.1cm 0.1cm ...


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There is an svg2tikz extension for inkscape available from https://github.com/kjellmf/svg2tikz I haven't tried it personally so no example here. Jake has an example on site at http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/245839/1090


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The "convert" utility from imagemagick tools may help you. These are essentially command-line tools. You don't say which operating system are you using, but if it's windows you may also find this page useful. Basic usage: on a command-line terminal type: convert -quality 75% file.pdf file.jpg You can also convert to other formats (png, etc.) and use a ...


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It Seems to work here, tweak alpha opacity than general opacity. http://www.inkscapeforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=15739&p=65180#p65180 I am using pdftex and Inkscape 0.91



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