Re: drawing program that can import SVG generated by Railroad DiagramGenerator?
I'd like to cut and paste parts of [a Railroad diagram] to manually create something more user-friendly. Anybody know which if any tools can handle this?
If you don't need to modify any of the parts, but just rearrange/resize them, you could use SnagIt (or maybe even a simpler tool such as the Snipping Tool?) to screen capture at a high-res, save pieces as PNGs, and then use any drawing tool (even Word or PowerPoint) to import and arrange the PNGs.
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