Qt SVG renderer

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at kde.org
Mon Aug 4 23:48:46 BST 2008

On Monday 04 August 2008, Matthew Woehlke wrote:
> Ungrouping, ok, but what does Vacuum Defs remove that is actually useful
> to editing? I try to Vacuum Defs on my own stuff periodically, and
> certainly before committing or otherwise publishing something, and I've
> never noticed anything that seemed "important" going away.

gradients, markers, etc that aren't referenced by elements in the document; 
they do no harm in being there and can be useful in creating a few different 
gradients for others to try or what not.

overzealously pruning svg's will not usually hurt anything or annoy anyone, 
but at times it will and there's really no big reason to do so during the 
creative process.

when we go to ship, sure..

Aaron J. Seigo
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