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SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8 jeffb 08 Nov 01:07
  SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8 programmer_ceds 08 Nov 14:31
   SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8 jeffb 08 Nov 14:53
    SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8 jeffb 11 Nov 00:27
   SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8 Dooi 11 Dec 14:22
2020-11-08 01:07:44 UTC (12 months ago)
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SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8

Hi,
Newbie to forum. I recently received a Rugby game for the pc, where I can create logos but they need to be saved in SVG format. Is there a plug in available and where do I place the plug in,if available?

Many thanks and appreciation.

Jeff

2020-11-08 14:31:50 UTC (12 months ago)
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SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8

SVG files use a vector format, GIMP uses raster format files. You would be better using Inkscape (also free) to produce/modify svg files - a qustion of using the right tool for the job.

Hi,
Newbie to forum. I recently received a Rugby game for the pc, where I can create logos but they need to be saved in SVG format. Is there a plug in available and where do I place the plug in,if available?

Many thanks and appreciation.

Jeff

2020-11-08 14:53:53 UTC (12 months ago)
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SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8

SVG files use a vector format, GIMP uses raster format files. You would be better using Inkscape (also free) to produce/modify svg files - a qustion of using the right tool for the job.

Cheers for the tip, appreciate it.

Thanks

Jeff

2020-11-11 00:27:22 UTC (12 months ago)
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What's the best way of a saving an SVG file under 10mb? I have a rugby game where I can create logos in SVG but they can't be more than 10mb.

Any help much appreciated.

Jeff

2020-12-11 14:22:55 UTC (10 months ago)
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SVG plugin for Gimp 2.8

SVG files use a vector format, GIMP uses raster format files. You would be better using Inkscape (also free) to produce/modify svg files - a qustion of using the right tool for the job.

Thanks for help