Remove lines from a double-lined path to become a single-lined path
I' quite new to Inkscape and came across something that I don't quite understand.
I made two simple paths. I tried filling them both, but as it appears, one of the two paths has double lines. This causes the fill to have an effect more similar to a stroke.
This is my "normal" path.
And this is the path in question. I have no idea how it became this way. Is there any way to revert it to a single line?
This is a link to the file, in case that could help.
What happened is most probably that you used Stroke to Path on the double path.
As you paths were rather thin, you can recover a good approximation of the original path quite easily:
- Select the â€œdouble pathâ€.
- Use Path â†’ Break Apart. You should now have two almost identical shapes.
- Delete one of the shapes.
Make the remaining shape an outline shape instead of a filled shape, for example as follows:
- Select a â€œnormalâ€ path.
- Select the shape.
- Paste Style.