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Russel Winder-2
If Jiri Kropacek is here . . .

The submission that Václav put up on your behalf are JPEG images
(gpars2-ex.jpg).  What we need now is the vector graphic representation
of the logo -- SVG is probably the preferred format.

I don't know with which tool you drew the original graphics with but I
suspect it was a vector graphics package and you exported JPEG.  If the
tools was something like Inkscape then it has the ability to save in
many formats.  We need the original tool format and a standard such as
SVG.  If we have to use PDF then we have to use PDF but it must be a
vector graphic and not an embedded JPEG.

Thanks.

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Re: GPars logo

Vaclav
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Hi Russel,

thank you for clarification regarding the requirements. Jiri being a graphical designer by profession, not a programmer, is not following our mailing list closely. I forwarded him your request and should have the logo source (perhaps a PDF with vector graphics) by tomorrow.
I'll keep you informed.

Cheers,

Vaclav


On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 1:11 PM, Russel Winder <[hidden email]> wrote:
If Jiri Kropacek is here . . .

The submission that Václav put up on your behalf are JPEG images
(gpars2-ex.jpg).  What we need now is the vector graphic representation
of the logo -- SVG is probably the preferred format.

I don't know with which tool you drew the original graphics with but I
suspect it was a vector graphics package and you exported JPEG.  If the
tools was something like Inkscape then it has the ability to save in
many formats.  We need the original tool format and a standard such as
SVG.  If we have to use PDF then we have to use PDF but it must be a
vector graphic and not an embedded JPEG.

Thanks.

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