Saturday, April 10, 2010

Converting SVG files to WPC

After converting tons of files with Inkscape I found that many did not work well in Funtime. Why? One thing I have found is that the newer vesion of Inkscape does not convert SVG to DXF very well. I searched on the web and found the 0.45 version of Inkscape and it does a great job! What a relief it was to find the right product.

My process for converting to Funtime for my Gazelle is:
1. Open the SVG file in my 0.45 version of Inkscape. Make sure it is all grouped and then save as a DXF file.
2. Import the DXF file into Funtime 2010. Group (resize as needed) and save as a WPC file.
3. Add to blue book while there. I love the blue book!


  1. Hi Cindy,

    Where did you find the 0.45 version?

  2. Thank you for sharing this! I never knew that I could do this and I have seen a ton of files that were SVG that I wanted to cut with my Pazzles! You are wonderful!

  3. Thanks for the info.

    I just tried this but version 0.48 is the only one I could find. It doesn't offer the dxf extension. Am i doing something wrong or do you know if they have deleted this option?

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