Hi Nik, all!
Mhhh ... seems my mail backlog is large as well. It seems that I've read
your message on my mobile without having access to the pictures and the
wiki page .... so here we go.
Am Sonntag, den 27.03.2011, 03:41 +1100 schrieb Nik:
Having said that, I've knocked up something really quick in photoshop
that might help communicate how I think the motif could "support" your
postcard, rather than demand real-estate on it. I've uploaded it to the
Although you say it's "rough work", looks great to me. I especially like
the idea of cropping the motif at the top of page 2 (resulting in the
background for the header).
I've written up some draft guidelines for the motif's use on the wiki page;
But it's early days still.
Perfect! Already helps a lot!
@ Bernhard, all: Would it make sense to move it / link it with the
branding pages? If yes, is there a need to align the colors on the
branding page as well?
Hope that helps?
On 3/24/2011 6:45 PM, Christopher Stark wrote:
Inkscape and Scribus import them correctly it seems, I don't see any
But Libreoffice only imports big black blocks when trying to embed the
svg file. Libreoffice also has problems importing regular SVG files it
Am 23.03.2011 20:05, schrieb drew:
On Wed, 2011-03-23 at 14:36 -0400, drew wrote:
BTW - I'm also using the svg file Nick posted to the wiki originally and
scaling then exporting to png using Inkscape and I don't follow the
problem with the transparency issue, the original and generated files
appear correct with handling of transparency.
Disregard that - trying just now to put that over some text, it appears
I see the problem now. But only for some of the triangles it seems,
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