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 query : Re: Illustrator: Editing a custom graphic style I created an additive graphic style that includes a few effects, and applied this style to a few objects. Now I'd like to make a change to this

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It's going to be easier to just change the style using an existing object (that it's already applied to) and drag that object on to the style to redefine it.
That way you'll be able to see how your changes look in context.

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 query : Photoshop - can not edit the gradient map layer I am having a problem when using gradient tool, when I create a gradient map layer, photoshop shows "Could not use the gradient tool because

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Posted in: #AdobePhotoshop

I am having a problem when using gradient tool, when I create a gradient map layer, photoshop shows "Could not use the gradient tool because the content of the layer is not directly editable."

Here is a 26 seconds video about the problem:




I am following the instruction below, it works at the past but it is not working now



Thanks in advance.

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 query : Re: Where can I read in detail about right way of scaling up pixel perfect icons? I have already asked 2 questions here about exporting pixel perfect icons in different sizes. So far, I've understood

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For vectors, you can scale up from small.

For pixel images, you need to start giant and scale down.

Pixels don't enlarge well - they get blurry, as you've noticed. So you need to start with the largest possible pixels captured in the original. Then go down.

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 query : Removing intersecting lines I'm new to Inkscape and I'd like some advice to recreate the image below. The image was created on MS paint but the quality is poor when inserted into a Latex document.

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Posted in: #Inkscape #Shapes

I'm new to Inkscape and I'd like some advice to recreate the image below. The image was created on MS paint but the quality is poor when inserted into a Latex document.

I am having problems creating the blue rings. In my approach, I make two ellipses, resize them to fit the box and then add colour. The issue is that I am unable to delete some of the intersecting lines to create the hollow 3D effect seen in the original picture.

I attach the original and my attampt on Inkscape.

Thanks in advance!

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 query : Adobe Illustrator - equal bleed on multiple documents I'm working on a design, that needs to be printed in multiple sizes (mostly in 4:5 ratio, sizes from 8x10 to 32x40 inches). Each printed

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator #Bleed #PrintDesign

I'm working on a design, that needs to be printed in multiple sizes (mostly in 4:5 ratio, sizes from 8x10 to 32x40 inches). Each printed design should have 0.25'' bleed on each side. Design will consist of just 2 colors, white elements and black background, and the bleeds should be the same color as background. So, for example, 8''x10'' printed design needs to be exactly 8x10 inches when printed, with live area being 7.5''x9.5''(if I set the bleeds as Illustrator allows, printed document would be 8.5''x10.5'').

As I cannot set negative (-0.25'') bleeds, what is the best option to do it properly? To have 0.25 inches ''inside bleed'' on all documents, regardless of size.

Hope I haven't make my question unclear, and thanks in advance.

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 query : Using the pen tool for drawing a geometric pattern I'm very new to illustrator and I'm trying to create a card for a baby birth. One of the things which I would like to place on the card

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator #PenTool

I'm very new to illustrator and I'm trying to create a card for a baby birth.
One of the things which I would like to place on the card is a geometric image of a bear.



Now, I'm trying to draw this using the Pen tool drawing straight lines.
However, when I have multiple lines originating in the point, I see the following behaviour:



You'll see the lines are not beautifull.
How can I avoid this, and it the pen tool the correct item to draw this kind of images?

Please forgive a newcomer on Illustrator :-)

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 query : Re: How to center a shape with text under it? TL;DR I want my pattern to be centered with the (dashed) outer circle, but I want the text to stay at the same position in correlation with the

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There's a shorter way but without using the align buttons. Could be placing guides right in the middle of the big circle, then doing the same on the smaller one and make them match. Software wont align the circles if you're grouping them with other objects.

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 query : Re: Photoshop: Channel use cases? I understand channel just store color information for an image. But in the real world, what are the actual use cases?

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When taking pictures with an infrared filter in front of the sensor, the results often appear pink and unpleasing.

Here's an example of what a picture could look like straight-out-of-camera:


After white balance adjustments, clouds are white again but the sky still looks weird:


By switching the red and blue channels, the sky becomes blue again:

St Lawrence, Stratford-sub-Castle, in infrared..

Note that the first picture isn't the original one. I didn't have access to the RAW file, so I applied the described process in reverse to show the steps.

Here's a youtube video describing this process : "Color Infrared Channel Swap in Photoshop". The swap is done with Channel Mixer but could also be done by copy-pasting the Red and Blue channels.

David Keochkerian is a photographer who took many great IR pictures (example).

His workflow is described here and here. Red/Blue channel swap is mentioned in both.

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 query : Re: How do I optimize an animated gif for Google AdWords? Creating GIFs designed for the Google AdWords platform can be tricky, given the file-size constraint of 150Kb. I looked for examples online

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After many more experiments with PPC ads and GIFs, I can now recommend a different way to look at the problem.


GIFs are not necessarily the best way to generate banners for PPC, and definitely not the best if one wants to cover the whole range of formats allowed by AdWords.


Instead, I would recommend using one of the many tools designed to create HTML responsive banners. The main reason why these banners are so convenient is that their size depends on the combined file-size of all elements included in the banner, and not on the number of frames, as elements are animated via the tool which generates code rather than frames.


In order to generate artefact-free GIFs, the two main factors in play are duration and number of colours.
This article targets UX/UI designers but rules apply to generating GIFs for any other purpose: 7 TIPS FOR DESIGNING AWESOME ANIMATED GIFS

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 query : Re: (Illustrator) How to edit text that is transformed into shape of arc? I'm finding it difficult to edit text that has been shaped into form of a arc. I would like to change typeface, font

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Have you tried removing the effect(s) from the text frame's Appearance palette? It actually looks like there may be overlapping/interfering effects. The aim here would be to return the text to a normal state that can be modified, and then re-apply the warp in a more controlled manner.

In my tests, resizing warped text does not act as shown in your screenshots. Is it possible your Character palette scaling is not at 100%? I've circled these in
the screenshot below.



I have received files in the past with corrupted text frames, so it's not out of the question that you have one of these on your hands. The usual tell for corrupt text frames is that they reset to 50 pt font size no matter what, and this does look similar.

If these suggestions do not solve the problem, you may have to recreate the text anew or kick it back.

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 query : Re: Illustrator: how to get this halftone effect? I recently came across this picture and would like to replicate the effect. I have tried Illustrator's halftone effects, but the dots are too tidily

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I got the closest look with two layers:
1. Duplicate artwork set to Color Dodge in the Transparency palette.
2. Artwork with Effect>Pixelate>Pointilize applied.

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 query : Re: Keep Illustrator Path Divide Below from Closing Lines So I have some objects, open-ended lines, and a box: I select the box and choose Object > Path > Divide Objects Below, and get this:

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You could stroke the open lines, outline the strokes to create thin closed paths, and then do the divide and delete the outside pieces of the lines/paths.

A more freeform method would be to use the Eraser tool. Hold Alt and draw a box with it over the areas that you want to erase, and the paths will be truncated.

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 query : Re: Adobe Illustrator: A transparent background for an character of a file pdf First question: I'm starting to use Adobe Illustrator recently. I would like to know what are the commands to convert

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That does not appear to be a character, as selected text will show a baseline in Illustrator. It looks like it might be a raster image (or perhaps a tracing) given the lack of paths in the selection, but hard to be sure.

Here's what the 3 items look like selected on the artboard:



A better way to see what type of item you're working with is in the Layers Palette:



If it is an image, you could do this:

Create a duplicate of the image (Ctrl+C, then Ctrl+F). Select both. Make Mask through the Transparency palette. Invert Mask. Here's how that should look:


If it's a tracing:
Use the menu item Object>Expand and make sure Object & Fill are selected in the dialog.



Then fly out the group it made in the Layers palette, pull out the black paths and delete the white paths.

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 query : Export in multi sizes with illustrator create several icons I designed a set of icons for a website in Illustrator CC. What would be the difference between using Illustrator CC's tool to export

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator #Icon #MultipleSizes

I designed a set of icons for a website in Illustrator CC.

What would be the difference between using Illustrator CC's tool to export my icons in different sizes (@1x; @2x , @4x ) vs. drawing the actual icon in different sizes ?

Thanks a lot.

EDIT:

Sorry guys, English is not my main language. I wasn't clear enough.

I believe my question was about "size" and not resolution, but I might be wrong. I used (@1x; @2x , @4x ) as it is in Illustrator CC. Exporting in @1x , @2x , @4x in Illustrator means at different sizes not different resolution. Is this correct?

Thanks a lot for your help.

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 query : What happens when zooming out? I'm reading some articles about pixels and I encountered this question. First. When my photo is 20x20, and I'm seeing it at 100%, every pixel of photo is

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Posted in: #Images #Pixel

I'm reading some articles about pixels and I encountered this question.

First. When my photo is 20x20, and I'm seeing it at 100%, every pixel of photo is shown with every pixel of monitor.

When I zoom in, for example, 2000%, It's 20 times the 100% image. so every pixel of image occupies 20 pixel of monitor.

But What happens when you zoom-out? for example 50%. every two pixel of image occupies one pixel of monitor? If so, every pixel is capable of one solid color. not Two. Right? Can you explain it!?

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 query : Batch Export Layers (Turning one on at a time) I've been searching a way to Batch Save PNG files where Photoshop turns on one layer a time and saves the PNG file. Is this even possible?

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Posted in: #AdobePhotoshop #BatchProcessing #Export #Layers #Png

I've been searching a way to Batch Save PNG files where Photoshop turns on one layer a time and saves the PNG file. Is this even possible?

I have layers made up to make a bingo call grid. What I have been doing so far is turning on 1, saving, turning on 2, saving etc... till I get to 80

I have attached a screenshot to show the way it is laid out. Hopefully, there is a quick way to do it :)

Any help would be fantastic.

Regards
Gary

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 query : Unable to move one group to different group in illustrator? I am working on one of the app UI project where I need to move one group to different group in illustrator.Reference screen shot

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Posted in: #Adobe #AdobeIllustrator

I am working on one of the app UI project where I need to move one group to different group in illustrator.Reference screen shot is added.

However when I want to move this group to another group, for some reason I am unable to do it.



Basically I want to move contextmenu group to address-2 group but illustrator shows disabled state while moving.Even I can't ungroup contextmenu.

Can anyone help what I m doing wrong?
What does small triangle in right top of contextmenu indicate?

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 query : Re: Recommendation for Helvetica-like font with excellent distinguishability I am looking for a recommendation for a font which has certain properties. It is for use in figures in a scientific publication.

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Make your own font. Take a font which is in the public domain, get a font editing tool, and make the tweaks you want for your purposes.

That's common anymore, the tools being so readily available.

And as IBM shows with their Plex series, you certainly can use serifs to distingush the EYE's and ell's and zeroes, without making it a serif font, or ugly. Seriously, edit 3 characters and I think you'd be doing the world a favor. "Techvetica" or something.

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 query : The description and interpretations of TrueType font points and curves A question was asked recently on another forum that made me rethink my understanding of vector formats. TrueType fonts are

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Posted in: #AdobeIllustrator #FontDesign #Fonts #Vector

A question was asked recently on another forum that made me rethink my understanding of vector formats. TrueType fonts are in a vector format and - I had previously thought - that if a vector editor was to present them for editing, it would present only the points described in the original font shape and, if there are curves, present appropriate handles at only those points.

I don't see how one software package (Glyphs) can interpret a in Arial as 20 points and another (Illustrator) interpret it as 37 points when converted to outlines or expanded. I don't have Glyphs to hand but can confirm that Illustrator did present 37 points when trying myself. The original poster provided illustrations of both outcomes as follows:

The a from Arial in Glyphs:



The word arial in the same font in Illustrator (focus on the points in the letter a vs the same in Glyphs):



I understand the basic concept of vector image files; that the data is a series of coordinates for points and other information mathematically detailing the amount of curve (or lack of) between points. What I don't understand is two things:


Is the data in a TrueType font not described in such a way that it
can be very literally translated into an editable shape in
Illustrator when outlined? Why has Illustrator added additional points? Or is the TrueType format not described using points at all (I don't see how)?
Glyphs appears to demonstrate that it's possible to describe certain curves in a limited amount of points. Why would a highly reputed
piece of software like Illustrator need more points to describe
the same curve? I would see this as a poor translation and I imagine
most users would expect this too. This overlaps with question one a
little so perhaps a single answer covers both.

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 query : Re: Best tools for Web Animations If a site has several short, simple, web-based animations what software would be the best to create them in? (Best in terms of (i) how quickly the animations can

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There's a far more elaborate answer than this but, in terms of current industry trends and trajectories, I can keep this relatively short.

Greensock was quite popular for canvas-based animations until recently. It was often the main javascript code powering canvas animation you'd find on larger sites. It could be done manually, in code, using assets drawn in your software of preference, or automated using a variety of third-party software, such as Adobe Animate.

A lot has changed quickly thanks to bodymovin and the industry has moved onto it at a pretty rapid pace as - in terms of automated web animation (interpolation of keyframes, etc.) - it has brought the potential that bit closer to video standards.

How? By using one of the main tools the video industry uses: After Effects, which you appear to be familiar with. Bodymovin is an export tool for After Effects that can translate the capabilities of the various interpolation of frames After Effects uses into a json file that can be understood by HTML canvas using a bodymovin javascript player. One of After Effects greatest strengths, in terms of animation, is the amount of properties each asset presents that can be keyframed by a variety of interpolation methods (e.g. how to get from frame A to B in 5 seconds. Is a sharp burst start and sudden stop, or a gradual speed increase/descrease? etc). Although aspects of this are possible with existing web animation tools, After Effects offers better and easier to adjust results, as well as greater capabilities with following paths and other tools relevant to vector animation.

It's been so popular that AirBnb and Facebook dev teams have released competing tools to bring bodymovin to iOS and Android apps.

So why are they all so eager? As well as what I've mentioned above, a big selling point is that it's resolution independent. Video files (whether they be mp4, webm, gif, gifv) are at a fixed resolution. The web has seen a sharp rise in use of svg images for icons as it's primarily a vector file and can be used at any size without loss of detail. You know you can use the same file on a 4k tv as a mobile device without worrying about detail loss (to a point). Vector animation, such as what bodymovin exports from After Effects does the same for video, which fits in line with responsive web sites and apps needing to work on a variety of screen sizes (and, as a bonus, without using Flash). The video content can also be coded to be aware of screen size change and adjust only aspects of the video to suit the new screen - not all of it. The file sizes are typically drastically smaller than what a raster video export of the same would have been.

It's not clear from your question (number 2) how you attempted to export After Effects to canvas? Until bodymovin, it was a niche possibility that was clumsy and not recommended.

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 query : Search icon direction why are search icons facing northwest instead of northeast? A northwest facing search icon like facebook's feels awkward. And so is google chrome's search icon.. so.. why?

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Posted in: #Icon

why are search icons facing northwest instead of northeast?

A northwest facing search icon like facebook's feels awkward.

And so is google chrome's search icon.. so.. why?

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 query : How do I select both frame and layer in timeline in photoshop? I am trying to do a frame animation and whenever I want to edit a frame I need to select the frame and then I also have

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Posted in: #AdobePhotoshop #Video

I am trying to do a frame animation and whenever I want to edit a frame I need to select the frame and then I also have to select the layer for that frame in the layers panel. Is there a keyboard shortcut or something so I can select both at the same time? This would really speed the editing process. I hope that my question makes sense. Thanks.

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 query : Re: How to get continuing numbering in textboxes in InDesign? I have boxes with references which are located beneath pictures in my InDesign 6 document. I want to have a consistent and continueing

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I had the same problem and found out the same thing, that it's the order of creation that seem to govern the lists numerical order. It felt intuitive that the order in the layer-panel should be where this could be managed, although perhaps there's some reason for why that isn't a good idea that I havn't thought of.

My solution for this when trying to add a number on a page between already existing numbers where to usa a current text frame of the previous number and create a new list object from there. And then I would overset that text and press the overset +-sign to place it on the page. Works perfect.

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 query : Re: How do I calculate color gradients? I have a small table of values like this: Food Count Color Pumpkin 345 #DB3236 Cabbage 193 ? Pepper 89 ? Beetroot 96

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I discovered this JavaScript fiddle which works great!

You input two RGB colors and choose how many color steps you want to output. It will then give you a list of colors along your given gradient: jsfiddle.net/002v98LL/
Copy the list of colors into Excel to figure out which color corresponds to which gradient step.

And you can use Google or some other tool if you need to convert between Hex and RGB codes.

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 query : FontLab Studio - Line Height on Font Weight Alternative I am using FontLab Studio - I have two font files - a normal and a bold alternative. Here are the two fonts side-by-side: When I

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Posted in: #Typography

I am using FontLab Studio - I have two font files - a normal and a bold alternative. Here are the two fonts side-by-side:



When I export the normal and install it it looks just like i want it to - however bold text seems to be slightly taller - making the line shift down whenever I make it bold - for instance, here are the two side by side in an invisible table:



You can see this more clearly when put into a table and compared to how Calibri behaves:



What am I missing here to make the line height of these two variations the same?

To better show exactly what I mean, see this video: www.screencast.com/t/tDMt9lkwCZx
Here is a comparison of the Font Info:

Regular





Bold

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 query : Re: How can I show the feelings of motion, distance, proximity, aggregation and segregation with dots? This is for our visual elements course, our teacher said to show these feelings or concepts

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All insightful answers you've got there! My suggestion is just to use both the dot(s) and the square frame to convey a meaningful information. That's it.

Your composition is the visual marker for known concepts and experiences that people have already had, which they relate to when seeing your composition. The composition does not tell a story per se. It aids the brain to complete the "missing elements" and to draw a meaning. Therefore, a divergence in meaning is likely. Your task is to make it as convergence as possible.

If I were you, I would not limit myself to having dots "inside" the square frame as you stated in your question---and would experiment with dots outside. I would use the dots sparingly because the brain would fill in what is missing in the composition anyway. Why would I add elements that might get in the way?

As for your concern about placing dots to make them impressive; it boils down to the negative space-positive element. Google how to build up such visual tensions.

Simplify and simplify (perfection, some say, is achieved when there is nothing left to throw away). It may be useful to ask others what they think of the dots and the square frame (i.e., what feeling the viewers relate to, do not accept "aw, they are cute!" responses), then compare with your intent having such composition. Rework if needed, and enjoy the whole process. It is always fun to err on school days.

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 query : How to easily replace an image in every slide across a PowerPoint presentation (Symbols)? I'd like to be able to reuse a resource across multiple slides (multiple instances) and be able to edit

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Posted in: #MicrosoftPowerpoint #Symbols #Template

I'd like to be able to reuse a resource across multiple slides (multiple instances) and be able to edit the "master instance" and apply changes to all instances. In Illustrator / Sketch this reusability comes by the name of "Symbols". Is there a templating mechanism in PowerPoint that would allow me to achieve this? I know I can go into the Slide Master and modify the used colors and fonts but it seems like that's about it....

Why do I need this functionality? I like to take advantage of the Morph transition since it allows me to easily produce complex animations and at the same time keep the presentation well structured. The major issue with this approach is that once I'm done with the slide sequence that morphs a set of elements I end up copy-pasting stuff for every little change I want to make.

Here's a simple example.

This is my original presentation: 1drv.ms/p/s!AqErqjP9BQgCw1ex_rzI2npQiQ08
This is a modified version where I swapped out the first image: 1drv.ms/p/s!AqErqjP9BQgCw1g3nJR0_EkoZkZT
For the second version of the presentation I had to go through every slide and copy-paste the new image on top of the old one. I know I can try to achieve the same effect within a single slide but that's not really an option for me.

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 query : Convert embedded SVG to PNG image I have the following embedable SVG code. <svg width="600" height="600" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"><g transform="translate(10,10)"><g><circle

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Posted in: #Png #Svg

I have the following embedable SVG code.

<svg width="600" height="600" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"><g transform="translate(10,10)"><g><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(215.88235057285917,313.39626554538916)" r="167.2352713250281" style="fill: rgb(247, 46, 28); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(486.71037817537893,313.39626554538916)" r="91.14738895965104" style="fill: rgb(247, 39, 23); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(409.51090217809593,162.87314059547606)" r="65.57275509803134" style="fill: rgb(245, 1, 7); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(300.0434315253036,103.37957293701808)" r="46.57165133723933" style="fill: rgb(248, 58, 36); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(207.11691395084807,99.92169710101888)" r="33.973811934891565" style="fill: rgb(247, 170, 159); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(140.74644065380556,123.914183026187)" r="24.154747282092455" style="fill: rgb(252, 127, 104); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(92.70327222232777,155.26352082123358)" r="20.766487296320776" style="fill: rgb(252, 100, 74); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(55.79662757037886,193.79932826205027)" r="20.146451904888913" style="fill: rgb(246, 25, 16); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(30.481677575703316,239.70262777164234)" r="19.82916511656194" style="fill: rgb(252, 112, 87); fill-opacity: 1; stroke: rgb(221, 221, 221); stroke-opacity: 0;"></circle><circle class="node node--leaf" transform="translate(19.949348813464496,288.6642612778097)" r="17.807115948494484" style="fill: rgb(252, 133, 111); 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How do convert this into a PNG image?

I have Photoshop but I cannot open it in that, so I need some other free tools or resources that can do this for me.

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 query : Re: How do I make a favicon? I'm trying to make a favicon with the first part of the logo (PSA) for a website I'm building but I'm stumped how? I'm still quite a fledgling when it comes to

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Don't do it yourself, especially if you're not sure how to proceed.
To be fully compatible (and hence useful), a favicon has to be created in a variety of formats and size.

I would recommend using an on-line solution / generator like realfavicongenerator.net/ , once you cropped your image successfully (using one of the other answers).
Another option would be to follow the (long, inclusive, using Photoshop) tutorial at www.emergeinteractive.com/insights/detail/The-Essentials-of-FavIcons-in-2017
I provide more technical details, oriented at webmasters, in another answer.

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 query : Create engraving in GIMP/Inkscape I want to turn a photo in a engraving style picture, like for example this one using GIMP and, if possible, then make an SVG out of it with Inkscape. Can

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I want to turn a photo in a engraving style picture, like for example this one using GIMP and, if possible, then make an SVG out of it with Inkscape.

Can you recommend any filters/tools/plugins/tutorials for this?

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