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IE DOM usage for SVG files

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Is it somehow possible to use SVGPathElement DOM interface to convert a SVG file to polygons within AutoIt?

  • load a SVG file with AutoIt
  • convert the SVG vectors to polygons using this interface
  • export the polygons to a file

I don't know whether it works also for multi vectorized objects.

An example is here: http://phrogz.net/svg/convert_path_to_polygon.xhtml / http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8091983/convert-path-to-polygon / https://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/paths.html#InterfaceSVGPathElement

 

I've absolutely no experiences with this kind of stuff (you know it is not GDI+ ;-))

 

THANKS.

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That bot picked you up quick.  You should make it repeat something like a giant ascii middle finger.

https://twitter.com/fmuaddib/status/719951296707608576


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4 hours ago, iamtheky said:

That bot picked you up quick.  You should make it repeat something like a giant ascii middle finger.

https://twitter.com/fmuaddib/status/719951296707608576

Bad robot:

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Well, I started to write a very simple SVG to GDI+ path converter but then I discovered that there are plenty of SVG formats and commands :o -> I gave it up.

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