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Is 'cheesewiring' possible on inkscape?: 2/8/2017 16:09:35


҈ TeeMee123 ҈
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I.e. you have a single shape representing the coastline of your map, and a single path representing all the borders inside it, can you use that path to divide the map into territories?
Example: http://i.imgur.com/5aGnm2B.png

EDIT: I found an extension to inkscape that does it https://inkscape.org/en/~Moini/%E2%98%85multi-bool-extension-cut-difference-division (use multi-division tool)

Edited 2/8/2017 16:55:12
Is 'cheesewiring' possible on inkscape?: 2/8/2017 22:22:22


҈ TeeMee123 ҈
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This is kinda significant as it means that svg files from wikipedia can easily be turned into warlight maps
Is 'cheesewiring' possible on inkscape?: 2/9/2017 13:38:08


Ranek
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dont know if this is possible, but if so I'd like to know how. maybe someone in the help forum may help you out.
Is 'cheesewiring' possible on inkscape?: 2/9/2017 14:19:24


[REGL] Pooh 
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Is 'cheesewiring' possible on inkscape?: 2/9/2017 17:05:24


҈ TeeMee123 ҈
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^ Thats what you do for cutting a shape into two, it doesn't work for cutting into multiple shapes.

I found a sort of solution, I editted the original message to show it. It's a bit buggy and takes several minutes to compute for large maps but it works at least.
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