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
tex file), while the rest of the image is converted into a
includesvg macro somehow merges the
pdf_tex file at the place where the
svg is included in the document, but the result of this isn't always that great, since when the text components are extracted from the
svg files, the different font sizes of the different text components are lost and they will all get the same font size in the document they are included in.
So my question is: Is there any way when using the
includesvg macro not to extract the text components into a
pdf_tex file, but put it in the
I do realize that it is possible to manually open the svg file in Inkscape and save it as a pdf without using the PDF+LaTeX option and then include the pdf using the
graphicx package, but I was looking for a way in which includesvg could do this work for you.