When I export SVG files from QGIS using the Print composer the stroke widths become a lot wider when importing into Adobe Illustrator. It seems like the stroke width in the SVG translates differently in Illustrator compared ti Inkscape.
A line in QGIS with the width 0.26 mm is shown as
in the SVG file. And when I open the file in Inkscape, it's still 0.26 mm wide but when I open it in Illustrator it shows the width of stroke as 3.07087 pt.
Does anyone have an idea why Illustrator doesn't "translate" 3.0787 to the right width?
And is it a way of fixing this? I guess I could search and replace in the SVG xml file but I'd rather not..
Does it have to do with the SVG length specs?
"If a unit is not provided, the length value represents a distance in the current user coordinate system."
Edit: I have now noticed that the mm width is 0.08466669263 times the value in the SVG XML file.
Edit 2: I have noticed now that if I alter or remove the "viewbox" bit in the SVG file, Inkscape also display the line width wrong, so it seems like Illustrator doesn't understand the viewbox and therefore translates the widths wrong!?