Yikes,

My misstake. I'll recreate the glossy in SVG then. If it's possible ;)
Thanks for the heads up mate.

rikard_lang

On 9/1/07, Mateusz Viste <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Saturday 01 September 2007 09:03, Rikard Lang wrote:
> > visit http://geocities.com/scan_brain/ for a zip archive of glossy
> > blinky in svg, png and two jpeg versions.
>
> It seems that the SVG is buggy....
> When opened, it displays only "Linked image not found".
> I looked into the source code,  and I saw that there is no SVG code there,
> just standard xml frames, with a link to
> "/Users/rikardlang/Pictures/Blinky/blinkyglossy.png", which is probably the
> directory tree of your hard drive... :-)
> That's definetely not the way a SVG should be made. You can't "convert" a
> raster image to vector, you have to draw it as vectors from the begin....
>
> Best regards,
> Mateusz Viste
>
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