OK, apologies for not being more concise in reporting the secondary issue.
To address your earlier questions - "I don't understand why do you manually edit the
shapes in raw editing.
Why is it needed? Why not just import the new ones?" - I assumed that the issue with them
initially not showing was an issue with the shapes, not a bug with your software, and the
only way I could get them to show was to Raw Edit by changing the gradient fills to solid
fills and setting the colours manually. They would then show fine. I also assumed that
the issue with misalignment and bleeding was again an issue with 3rd party editing
software and not a bug with the import/replace function in JPEXS. I assumed this to be
the case because of the following process:
1. In JPEXS export any shape as .svg
2. Open exported .svg in Inkscape
3. Make any small change and save svg
4. In JPEXS right click the shape and 'Replace' with edited svg
5. Same issues with misalignment and bleeding present as described before.
So I therefore assumed, before asking for help here, that the only way I could 'fix' or
edit the shapes without breaking something in JPEXS was to Raw Edit them.
Anyway, with nightly 1645 the svg import issue with alignment/bleeding is fixed. Thank
I think this leaves me with one remaining issue which looks to be something to do with
offsets when you Replace the shapes. Look at the compass at the top of this screenshot -
The black and white icon positioned on the compass bar
is one of the original unedited shapes and is correct, all the others are the edited
coloured icons which are now showing below the compass bar. These are the ones which have
been changed using the 'Replace' function in JPEXS. It appears that when you Replace
(without updating bounds) JPEXS does not retain the correct offsets. To demonstrate this
do the following:
1. In JPEXS open attached original hudmenu.swf and select Shape #132
2. Note Bounds information in lower left of screen - http://imgur.com/F9HcY7Q
3. Right click on Shape #132
and select Replace
4. Select City.svg from earlier upload
5. Observe Bounds information has changed, with offsets removed -
For information, if I Raw Edit the bounds to match those present before shape replaced
this happens - http://imgur.com/TlEneFp
- only the top left quadrant of the shape
remains visible, so I can't seem to fix offsets in this way.