Hi Kami, all,
KAMI911 KAMI911 schrieb:
Hi Christoph, *!
The size of medium is 85(W)x200(H), what is the best arrange for it?
Just to be sure - we talk about "cm" instead of "px", or?
Yes it is a relative big rollup, size is 85 cm x 200 cm (printed size is 205
Cor's banner had a size of 52 cm x 100 cm, so your rollup will be either
smaller or longer.
As you want to add text, I'd propose to extend it to the bottom.
We have some kind of design for that. Some time ago, I've created this
for the installer - this may come close:
Wow lovely. Defenitly we should use this design:
* Without version number
* With new icon
* Text that point to the Hungarian LibreOffice site
Could you provide the text?
Is the source file available for futher modifications?
Yes - at least in parts:
The general design (with TDF subline and old logo) is part of the
initial branding packaged containing the splash screen and all the other
graphics in the product.
The new icon/symbol is part of the icon set included in LibO 3.3.1 and
the logo without TDF subline has it's own file on the wiki.
But as I have got all of them on my computer at home, I combined them to
a quick draft in your requested size.
The preview is here:
The source file here:
Hope this helps.
PS: If you want to use it as official resource as representative for TDF
and the community, you might use the logo with TDF subline instead.
But as I think this rollup might be helpful for people attending a fair
or promote LibreOffice without explicit approval by the community, I
used the "external" logo.
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