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Old 03-08-2012, 05:26 PM   #28
Ken Maltby
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Gimp2 takes the SVG through a rendering process, that appears to have flattened the
image but retained any transparency. In other words the objects are not defined any
more. With Inkscape you can deconstruct the image selecting and moving the objects.
The images behind the objects are complete objects themselves, the part that objects
in front of them coverup are there. In Gimp2 there are no objects, just layers.

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Ken
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