Hi Jochen,

I’m not sure I follow exactly. The SVG format is basically an XML file that can 
be visualized as a graphic. Whether it will be displayed as a graphic within 
your browser or as text generally depends upon the mime type that is set. If 
the mime type is set as text/plain, it will render as plain text, if it is set 
as image/svg+xml it will be rendered as an image; the previously mentioned flag 
will control which is used for this datatype. However, the actual file contents 
are the same.


> On Feb 8, 2017, at 2:46 AM, Jochen Bick <jochen.b...@usys.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Thanks Dan,
> I would like to have it as plain text but no as a separate file in the
> history but more like the solution of bam and bai files. Do you know how
> to do that?
> Cheers Jochen
> On 07.02.2017 21:26, Daniel Blankenberg wrote:
>> Just a quick note, if you want svg to be rendered as a graphics correctly 
>> via the eye preview, you’ll need to set “serve_xss_vulnerable_mimetypes = 
>> True" in galaxy.ini. Otherwise it will appear as plaintext xml. But do be 
>> aware of the security concerns if you change this setting.  
>> Downloading/saving the svg and then manually opening will work regardless.
>> Thanks for using Galaxy,
>> Dan

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