On Sat, 7 Apr 2012 19:16:04 -0700 (PDT) Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote: > > I may have figured out what was causing the problem with > > celtic (or not, but those nigh-invisible > > dotted borders on the roundel looked awfully suspicious, so > > I replaced them with plain ones while > > I was messing with the lettering). > > The revised version displays much faster. Good job! I don't even know why the original artist put those dotted borders in, since I couldn't tell them from solid ones until I went to 1000% magnification to do some fine work. > > Anyway, the attachment contains re- or de-brands of all the > > original problem svgz files except moon, > > which is going to be a little more work because that K on > > the moon itself is done as negative space. > > In all cases, I've included both the original svgz (which > > should be stored somewhere even if it's not > > distributed from now on, in case we want to render a > > variant), and a 1600x1200 PNG image > > version which may require less horsepower to display than > > the vector version. I would suggest > > running a comparison test before deciding what to > > distribute. > > Not sure what happened or what I am doing wrong. When I view two of the revised svgz images, >I see only blocks where the text used to be. I am using gwenview to view the images. The originals >don't do this: I probably forgot to do a text-to-path conversion (in other words, it's my, or more accurately Inkscape's, fault). I'll include fixed versions of the svgzs in the next file pack. Apologies for the error.