Hi, the strokes are stored individually in the files. Every stroke is a path element and starts with "<path " followed by several attributes like id, stroke type and the actual path data as letters and numbers. An introduction to SVG, XML and perhaps namespaces, for example in Wikipedia, may help, to read the SVG source text.
> Am 21.01.2018 um 01:08 schrieb Nick Art <negr...@gmail.com
> Hi, does KanjiVG have individual strokes stored as SVG files? If yes/not where or how do I find those individual strokes?
> Really sorry for the stupid questions, I'm a complete newbie and could not find enough info about this on the website.
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