From: Jon Bendtsen (jon_at_kollegiegaarden.dk)
Date: Sun 11 Jul 2004 - 18:24:15 BST
what ever logo is made, could you be so kind to make it in SVG?
Suggestions for tools are: (until someone makes a good svg tool.
(not that xfig is good, the UI kinds of sucks, but it's the best i
1) make it in xfig
2) import it in skencil, and export it as svg
Thus you get a scaleable vector format.
To see the kind of beauty you can create with SVG, take a look at:
you can look at this using either the batik java svg viewer from the
or you can use the plugin from adobe. The above picture has a minor
the adobe plugin, which might also possibly be because of the .svg file.
Mozilla has some svg support in their browsers, but it is not as good
as either of the
above, and it is not enabled by default, so you would need to download
I do realize that not many people has support for svg in their browser,
they will, and then it is better to have the logo in Scaleable Vector
can be converted to binary today, but be used as svg in the future.
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