When I’m finishing a project I always go through every path and if it has a border I set it to ‘Autoscale Borders’. This can obviously be a VERY laborious task, Firstly, I don’t understand why this doesn’t get checked by default?
After all shapes, compound paths etc auto scale, if they are saved as SVG’s so, why not the borders?
Checking & changing these borders is such a huge task I even considered writing a bit of code to blast through the exported SVG and find any paths not set to resize and to change them
This got me looking at the SVG code exported from GD. Now I’m no SVG expert, but when I have 2 rectangles both with a border and one of them has been set to ‘Autoscale Border’ I would expect in the SVG file something to be a little different between them
I was rather surprised to see that they both have… vector-effect=“non-scaling-stroke”
Does this mean setting the borders to autoscale in Gravit makes no difference to the output file?
I really do hope I’m missing something here,. It is, after all, a vector application and vector paths should resize and that includes the borders of an object too