Paths in Inkscape can be edited by freely dragging any of its nodes or by directly dragging a segment of the path.
Paths can also have arbitrary fill and stroke properties.
Path decorations can be added to paths in Inkscape, such as arrows, circles, and squares.
Path decorations can be used to create a variety of effects, such as arrows pointing in a certain direction.
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A path is a sequence of straight line segments and/or Bezier curves which, as any other Inkscape object, may have arbitrary fill and stroke properties. But unlike a shape, a path can be edited by freely dragging any of its nodes (not just predefined handles) or by directly dragging a segment of the path.
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