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IanOnCowan
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Opening .svg files

Made a plan, saved as .svg. App will not reopen it for editing. what am I missing?
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Re: Opening .svg files

Unless you named the SVG file exactly as the SH3D file (including the file extension), I don't see how the two facts could be linked to each other !
Please send me your SH3D file, I'll try to fix it.
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Re: Opening .svg files

How can I import SVG files in my plan, thank you very much.
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Re: Opening .svg files

While SH3D will export to SVG 2D drawing, it is not possible to import SVG directly. One workaround is to convert the SVG to a raster image (Inkscape/theGimp - or a full-screen browser screenshot) and use as background image.

PS - depending on the SVG file, you may be able to rip apart the co-ordinates of the SVG and transfer more or less manually to the home.xml file - see for instance thread 7674.
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