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#1 2005-09-24 12:21:19

rbl
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Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Hey,
I just wanted to gimp a unique 'start'-button for my fbpanel.. so I inkscaped a 'pacman-enhanced' tux (get it? wink) that I'm of course sharing with you folks:
archtux4ud.png   archstirb2vk.png
Well.. maybe somebody else out there also likes him roll

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#2 2005-09-24 12:55:45

Cam
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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Ha! Very cool lol Original idea too, i like it!

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#3 2005-09-24 12:56:30

dtw
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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Wow - i never knew fpanel could do that!  I might be sold smile

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#4 2005-09-24 22:21:18

elasticdog
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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Very cool idea, and great implementation!  Care to share the SVG file and perhaps upload it to art.archlinux.org?

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#5 2005-09-25 12:04:02

rbl
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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Thanks for the nice feedback! Concerning the art svg upload.. Err.. I just tried.. :oops: so where exactly is art.archlinux.org's 'upload' function?
By the way, Inkscape seems to distinguish 'Inkscape SVG' from 'Plain SVG'. I did not compare the xml and am not yet that much into svg as I'd like to be.. Does someone know the difference? Is it that plain is preferable for web and inkscape formatted files are preferable for editing?

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#6 2005-09-27 16:57:01

rbl
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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Okay, the art upload just worked out of a sudden.
The SVG is here:
http://art.archlinux.org/main.php?g2_vi … alNumber=1

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#7 2005-09-27 17:07:54

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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Inkscape SVG is SVG with extra non-standard SVG code specific to Inkscape. So yes, plain SVG is recommended for the web, and Inkscape SVG is recommended for everything else.


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#8 2005-09-27 22:56:45

elasticdog
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Re: Arch Linux "pacman-enhanced Tux" :)

Awesome rbl...thanks for the link!

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