it seems that nobody replied so far ... so I'd like to know a bit more.
* Do you need the TDF tagline or non-tagline logo as EPS?
* What color type(s) do you need?
* If color, what for will the logos be used? Rationale: We used
graphical filter effects in the source files that cannot be
easily exported, so ...
* if you need the full color / effects (contemporary)
logo, then you need to specify the DPI for the export,
* do you need plain colors (e.g. when printing T-Shirts
and paying for green/gray plain color only), or ...
* will gradients without further effects work as well?
* Is it needed to have the (R) symbol?
Once we have this questions resolved, I'll try to provide you the logos.
Or maybe anybody here would (please) jump in ...
Am Freitag, den 05.08.2011, 14:07 +0200 schrieb Charles-H. Schulz:
Thank you! I'd also need the LibreOffice logo with the TDF subline in
Thank you again,
Le 04/08/2011 23:41, Bernhard Dippold a écrit :
Hi Christoph, Charles, all
please DON'T USE the file I attached to the last mail, I found the
reason for the wrong formatting of the triangle created "O":
The triangles have been cloned from an original not visible in the
graphic and the clones are moved by Inkscape when they are converted to
single elements (probably done at EPS conversion).
I repositioned the single elements after de-cloning them, so the
resulting EPS shows the O in the right position.
Attached for Charles, for the others I uploaded it to the wiki:
Unfortunately the wiki seems not to allow EPS files to be uploaded, so I
had to use a trick:
I uploaded the SVG file (newly created from the official SVG version
with the right colors - just removed the left LibO logo part and added
the necessary white space) to the wiki:
I uploaded the EPS version as new version of the same file. Thus the EPS
is downloadable as:
But you have to rename it to "Conference_Logo_2011Paris_color.eps" after
The SVG version is reachable as previous version:
I'll ask on the website list for the possibility to upload eps files to
the wiki too.
Christoph Noack schrieb:
Thanks! Charles, when forwarding the file please tell the guys to
double check the green color as well ... there have been reports last
year that RGB to CMYK conversion might be bad. No solution yet for
proper conversion ...
I recreated the SVG version from the file with corrected colors as I
don't know if you used Nik's original file (with wrong green tones) for
your conference logo without LibO logo part.
But you're right - conversion might cause different color tones, and
even with the right tones they might look differently depending on the
surface they are printed on. So please double-check the colors when they
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