Scaling a .svg image

the_math-hobbyist shared this question 5 months ago
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Is there a way by a script to scale the .svg output?


Say: To pass a .svg screenshot with a width of 800 px to 1200 px with the command of GeoGebra ExportImage( ) or with the JavaScript command exportSVG( ) or with another. The parameters scale and width of the ExportImage command seem don't work for .svg format.


I thought to use ZoomIn( ) and ZoomOut( ) before and after of the exportation. However, the texts are not scaled, and other items as the arrows of the vectors, etc. So the result is no good.

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Please explain what you are trying to do exactly (SVGs by their nature can be scaled fine after export, that's the point)

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I get the .svg of the graphics view. Several .svg are placed in a text document. The .svg images are narrow, so I would like to scale them to get bigger images. I know I can do it in the final document. However, I would like to know if it could be possible to be gotten it directly in GeoGebra.

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Sorry, no

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Thanks, Michael.

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