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I encountered the same issue though mine was not related specifically to images. I isolated it to the fact that I was referencing a single variable multiple times in my report. For example, I had the variable "ReportTitle" and linked it to a text box at the top of three different pages. I would see this in the variables panel: Variables Objects ...
It's my understanding this is about Font Hinting. When a font is designed it needs to have specific rules to look great at different size. Most icon-fonts don't have this hinting for lot's of sizes and thus will have 'rounding' errors which give you half-pixel lines. This makes the icon blurry. With correct hinting the icons 'snap' to pixels. At larger ...
Stretching the bleep out of a jpg is a pretty feasible technique in this case, since this is a blurry image to begin with. You are going to see some banding if you stretch it too much, but there are things you could do to try and avoid that. Here's the image you provided, stretched to viewport siz. On my 1440p screen res, the banding goes slightly over ...
The reason why a good library for animating text characters themself does not exist is because all fonts are different. Making a general, programmatic approach to compensate for all fonts is approaching the realm of impossible. In order for something like this to exist, the library would have to analyze each and every character of the given font, calculate ...
I am not an Inkscape user. However, I would guess that perhaps the files are a bit too complex. Opening one of the files in Illustrator CS6 I find a great deal of unnecessary objects - which appear to be very large type glyphs (all that black in the image below) - in addition to at least 9 nested groups. Once I delete all those unnecessary objects I'm ...
Even though SVG isn't globally accepted and some people have a frustrating time scaling PNGs, I have always found that creating an icon within Adobe Illustrator works best at scaling up or down a "reasonable" amount.
No. Illustrator wouldn't know what to do with CSS and HTML.
Thumbnail preview in Windows Explorer is not supported for SVG files. To be able to get a preview we can install a shell extension, e.g. the SVG Explorer Extension (courtesy of this post on SU). To open an SVG per default (on mouse click) with Illustrator you have to define Illustrator in the "Open with.." field on right click Preferences menu of any SVG ...
Make sure to check "use artboard" in the export dialogue box (or it will use the art itself as artboard dimensions)
there's nothing wrong with the .ai you provided. i looked at it, spotted nothing wrong, I tried different export options, even resizing the artboard and moving it around. I did some reading and it turns out Adobe did a half job when it included svg support. Adobe does not use svg viewboxes and offers no way to actually define a viewboxes coordinates. What ...
Some batch scripts for bulk-conversion of files using Illustrator: https://gist.github.com/seltzered/4405256 http://rockfire.co/how-to-batch-convert-ai-to-svg/ http://superuser.com/questions/100111/how-do-i-create-an-export-batch-script-in-illustrator-cs4-
you can view this plugin : http://www.pixel-conception.com/font_anim/ It do exactly that you want. You can choose your font, define color, background, gradient, etc.
It's not exactly what you are looking for but may help you find the right solution: http://jonibologna.com/svg-text-along-a-path/ it's about animating svg text along a path - perhaps a good start.
In Inkscape we can break apart the path at a desired location. Ungroup all paths from the source SVG Select nodes from where we wish to break the path Tick Break Path at selected nodes Choose Path > Break apart Shift+Ctrl+K Select the now generated new object to then change it's color (or delete it, move it, etc.) In case there are no ...
In Illustrator I would Knife Tool the large artery path to isolate the part I want: However in Inkscape I don't believe a Knife Tool exists. Here are instructions on doing a Knife Tool like process in Inkscape (which is the Node method Paolo mentioned in comment): http://www.inkscapeforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=961 But at that point it might be easier to ...
I wouldnt use Inkscape I would use a code editor in this instance. You can open the SVG file and you could pullout and test the paths, in this case: <path xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" id="path351" fill="#ED5D40" d="M357.395,214.812c-2.646-3.05-6.138-7.847-10.553-8.137c-1.53-0.1-3.363,0.666-4.316,1.871 ...
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