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SvgPathEditor

Edit or create SVG paths in browser: https://yqnn.github.io/svg-path-editor/ Image of Yaktocat

How to Use

Basic:
  • Paste or edit the raw path in the path field
  • Click on + to add a new command to the path, select a type, then click on the destination
  • Move points with drag and drop
  • Click on a point, then on the ... button to insert a command right after the selected one, to remove it, or to change its type
Commands panel:
  • Click on the command type to toggle between relative and absolute coordinates
  • Relative command types are orange, absolute are purple
  • Click on ... then Delete to delete a command
  • Click on ... then Insert after to insert a new command right after the selected one
  • Click on ... then Convert to to convert the selected command to a new type
ViewBox:
  • Use mouse wheel, or click Zoom in and Zoom out to zoom in/out
  • Use drag & drop to move the viewBox
  • Click on Zoom to Fit to automatically set the viewBox depending on current path
  • ViewBox can also be set manually with the x, y, width and height fields
Path operations:
  • Scale the full path with the Scale button
  • Translate the full path with the Translate button
  • Round all coordinates of the current path with the Round button
  • Convert all commands to relative or absolute coordinates with Convert to relative or Convert to absolute button
Shortcuts:
  • Press m, l, v, h, c, s, q, t, a or z to insert a relative command after the selected one
  • Press shift + m, l, v, h, c, s, q, t, a or z to insert an absolute command after the selected one
  • Press echap to delete the command being created, or the undo the current dragging operation
  • Press ctrl + z or cmd + z to undo
  • Press ctrl + shift + z or cmd + shift + z to redo

Running Locally

Requirements
Dependencies

Run npm install to retrieve all the depencies of the project.

Development server

Run npx ng serve for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.

Build

Run npx ng build to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/ directory. Use the --prod flag for a production build.

Running unit tests

Run npx ng test to execute the unit tests via Karma.


This project was generated with Angular CLI version 9.1.3.

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