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Hi Matthias,

Papamatti píše v St 24. 09. 2014 v 22:37 +0200:

the sources of the svg data are at github:

Great :-)  Please is there a reason why they are on github, and not in
the LibreOffice repository?

More infos at redmine:

I'd be most interested in knowing how they are organized, and how it is
possible to re-generate the .png's automatically.

I've communicated recently with Mirek about that, and we came up with a
way how to automatize that for

Basically, to get eg. lc_color.png , you can do:

cp text.svg blah.svg ; \
inkscape -f blah.svg --select lc_color --verb=FitCanvasToSelection --verb=LayerDelete 
--verb=FileSave --verb=FileClose ; \
inkscape blah.svg -w 48 -h 48 -e lc_color.png

[so it is possible to a script that does that for all bitmaps in the

Does this work for the sifr icons too, or do they use a different
organization than the tango-testing?

[Why I am asking: I am interested in generating hi-dpi versions of the
icons suitable for hi-dpi displays :-)]

Thank you a lot,

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