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    Rastko
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    Dear Nazca community,

    How best to convert a vector image (for example from Illustrator or Inkscape) to a .gds, or a part of one .gds?
    I am avoiding raster formats because I don’t want to lose sharpness.

    Best regards,
    Rastko

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    Katarzyna
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    Dear Rastko,

    You can convert an .eps file to a .gds using the Nazca image() function. The Nazca image() gives also flexibility in adapting: a size, a pixelsize and a threshold for a more desired outcome.
    For now, all file formats supported by Pillow – Python Imaging Library can be converted to a .gds file.

    Best regards,
    Katarzyna

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