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You you need to change the output save pattern from 's/svg$/filename.svg/' to 's/svg$/png/', and you enter the width and height that you want as the pixel values. for i in *; do rsvg-convert $i -w 64-h 64 -f png -o echo $i | sed -e 's/svg$/png/'; done


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so how about this found on google jasper barcode


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Leaving a "last resort" method here. Not ideal since it involves mucking about with code and seems to require access to a code editor. The ideal method would involve standard design software where it's harder to accidentally break things. But if anyone is in a similar position and can muck about with code and regex, here's an example set of steps based on ...



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