In order for it to scale to the container, you need to have the width
blanked out and a viewBox
property with the original width
So if the original lines were:width="1920"height="1080"
Then you'd need to change it to:width=""height=""viewBox="0 0 1920 1080"viewBox
is case sensitive btw.
I've made the edits to that specific example. Unfortunately the original width and height weren't the right values to begin with so this rule doesn't always work.
But I'm sure nenmin can get it to work automatically because nenmin is always working very hard to make /nen/ great!!
I'd suggest that:
if the file already has a viewBox property, to use the values already specified in it and just blank the height and width. and…
if the file does not already have a viewBox specified, then create a viewBox property matching the given height and width and then blank the height and width values.
I hope that helps, but I'm sure /nen/min was already working on it!!!
These 3 don't work for me… At least not when I open them in Chrome, is there something else I'm supposed to open them with?
They work for me on firefox. Looks like chrome doesn't like those settings. Do they not display at all?
It's just a white background with nothing on it. Maybe there's a extension or something I can download to make it work.
Got it working in chrome as well as firefox now (at least on my rig).
width and height need to be set to 100%
instead of null. In firefox, null is automatically assigned to 100% for display by default. Chrome just sits in the corner and cries because it doesn't know how to handle it, so you need to be explicit.
Can I post some I traced or is that frowned upon here?
Wow, thanks, it works perfectly now!>>21976
Go ahead, I'm pretty sure all of the ones posted so far are traces anyway.
Okay, I'm doing my best but I've just recently started, so if you notice any errors or have any ideas how to make them better, please tell me!
Here's Margay, traced from the Kemono Friends DoReMiFa Rondo video.
And Nico in a cute
maid costume, from a screenshot. If you open it with Inkscape it has text in it, but for some reason neither Firefox nor GIMP renders it.
These are nice, good job on all of the small details.
Nice work! Most the online converters only do black and white so I guess I'll need something else to color them.
What do you mean? If you want them in png or some other format, you can open them with GIMP or Inkscape and export it from there.
I meant converting a png to a svg.
i think so because once you take it off the computer it stops doing the resizing magic
Of course. Printing involves particles hence it will have pixels and resolution, measured by dpi(dots per inch).
But non pixelated printer printing can exist someday right?
Thanks! It works now!
It already does, it's called painting.
You can get it as good as the printing process allows. I looked around and for glassware they usually use screen printing, but I couldn't find any magnified pictures of it because every search engine keeps showing magnifying glasses instead. Screen printing applies each colour in a separate layer so using lots of colours is expensive and gradients are out of question. Most online shops I found only deal in large quantities, 50+ or even more, so we will need to team up if we want to drink from /nen/glasses.
If you magnify anything enough, it will get pixelated.
You should trace them by hand, here's how to do it with Inkscape: https://sites.google.com/site/jjaaba/main
I think the joke is that at a molecule level everything is made of "pixels".
>>22034>Not non-digital photographic negatives
Yeah but don't they get grainy, which is basically the same?
I wish she showed up more, I really like her seiyuu
The character also seems very sweet and caring, I hope we will see more of her!