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  1. The reason I haven't responded is because I do not understand any of it. Inkscape didn't open it but thanks for your time. This is the geometry for that shape and this isn't all of it. I had to cut it down. I just don't see how that can be transferred to the<svg height=. etc.>... </svg> Geometry="M 357.75,248 C 361.73,247.26,365.7,246.51,374.63,244.75,383.55,242.99,397.42,240.2,409.25,238,421.08,235.8,430.85,234.17,439,233,447.15,231.83,453.66,231.11,464.5,230.75,475.34,230.39,490.5,230.38,502.25,230.75,514,231.12,522.35,231.87,530.75,232.5,539.15,233.13,547
  2. Thanks. It hasn't worked for me (it won't open in inkscape) and I wonder if I need to keep any of the bits before the word 'geometry' like any of this: <ps:SimpleGeometryShape xmlns="clr-namespace:PaintDotNet.UI.Media;assembly=PaintDotNet.Framework" xmlns:ps="clr-namespace:PaintDotNet.Shapes;assembly=PaintDotNet.Framework" DisplayName=="10-Scallop Mat"
  3. Thanks. a text editor? like notepad++ or SublimeText? also what does 'copy the geometry' mean? you mean the code?
  4. One more quick question to anybody really. Does anyone know if these shapes can be used in Inkscape? I would like to work between the two programs.
  5. Amazing shapes. Are these free commercial use? Is there a licensing agreement available to download?
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