SVG-edit is intended for users who need to do quick edits to existing Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) images and do not want to use proprietary or open-source software that requires installation.
SVG-edit consists of two major components: svg-editor.js and svgcanvas.js. SVG-edit works with Firefox 1.5+, Opera 9.50+, Safari 4+, Chrome 1+, Internet Explorer 6+, or any other modern browser.
- Free-hand drawing Lines.
- Polygons/Curved Paths/Stars.
- Stylable Text.
- Raster Images.
- Color/Gradient picker.
- Layers Convert Shapes to Path.
- Wireframe Mode.
- Save drawing to SVG.
- Linear Gradient Picking.
- View and Edit SVG Source.
- UI Localization ().
- Resizable Canvas.
- Change Background.
- Draggable Dialogs.
- Resizable UI (SVG icons).
- Open Local Files.
- Import SVG into Drawing.
- Connector lines and Arrows.
- Plugin Architecture.
- Smoother freehand paths.
- Editing outside the canvas.
- Increased support for SVG elements.
- Add/edit Sub-paths.
- Multiple path segment selection.
- Support for foreign markup (MathML).
- Radial Gradients.
- Configurable Options.
- Eye-dropper tool.
- Stroke linejoin and linecap.
- Client-side export to png, jpeg, bmp, and webp.
Developer: SVG-edit Team
License: MIT License
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