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== Using Clones ==
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'''Presenter:''' Bernard Gray
 
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'''Target Audience:''' Inkscape Users
 
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As a very basic concept, a clone is a "dynamic copy" of a master object. Object handles are not available on the clone, only on the master object, so modifications to the master object result in the same operation being applied to the clone children. *All* objects in Inkscape can be cloned, including "special objects" such as squares, circles, stars and text.
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There are 3 tutorials for working with clones:<br>
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[http://sidux.com/index.php?module=pnWikka&tag=InkscapeCloneToolEN Clone Tool Basics]<br>
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[http://sidux.com/index.php?module=pnWikka&tag=InkscapeCloneTextEffects Dynamic Text Effects Using Clones]<br>
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[http://sidux.com/index.php?module=pnWikka&tag=InkscapeTiledCloneToolBitmapRenderEN Render Bitmaps Using Tiled Clones]

Latest revision as of 11:54, 20 March 2008

Using Clones

Presenter: Bernard Gray

Target Audience: Inkscape Users

Synopsis:
As a very basic concept, a clone is a "dynamic copy" of a master object. Object handles are not available on the clone, only on the master object, so modifications to the master object result in the same operation being applied to the clone children. *All* objects in Inkscape can be cloned, including "special objects" such as squares, circles, stars and text.

There are 3 tutorials for working with clones:
Clone Tool Basics
Dynamic Text Effects Using Clones
Render Bitmaps Using Tiled Clones