When I use it in Videoscribe, it draws outlines, not clean lines, and it just appears normally in the end.
So, please, tell me, how can I change width of strokes in Layer 1, so that it doesnt have any affect on appereance of my original SVG, and that it draws thiker lines in VideoScribe? So, I dont want to just make thicker strokes, I want the same effect as I got with duplicating layer 1, but made on layer 1 so that it draws thick lines first in VIdeoscribe. Can I do this with some kind of mask of layer 1? Please help me...
How can I convert the new lines to basic stroked paths?
It was already preset to "basic" and "uniform" and after I did all of those steps, result was the same - it drew outlines again.
I didnt draw the dog picture, I bought that svg picture on line. So, I have to fix the damage already done. I tried to reverse the process: I copied all the layers, and then made the first layer strokes thicker, and then I put the first layer`s transparency to 0%. Then I pasted the copied layer on top. It worked this way, but I sometimes have a problem that the copied layer wont paste to the same place as first layer...do you have any idea how to fix this?
The original SVG must just be regular filled paths instead of paintbrush strokes as I originally assumed based on your description. Please attach the svg so I don't have to keep guessing.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
Ok, sorry. It is attached. I just want to fix this svg and make it draw the way it is supposed to..