#83 New Logo Design -- Alternative Butterfly

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This is a new logo design based upon the old FreeMind butterfly. This new design uses a glossy blue butterfly.

This patch contains:
Application icons (PNG format) in 8x8, 12x12, 16x16, 22x22, 32x32, 48x48, 64x64, and 72x72

Document Icons (PNG format) in 16x16, 22x22, 32x32, 48x48

Splash Screen (PNG format) -- no text.

Web Graphic (PNG format)

All of these images are copyright (c) 2007 by Kassetra von Nessi, these images are licensed under GNU GPL V2 or later at your option.

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  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-05

    freemind blue butterfly logo design

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-09

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    I'm attaching two zips that contain the svgs of the logo with alternate colours.

    One contains the basic single-colour butterflies, and the other contains the two-colour variations of the svg butterfly.

    They have the same license and copyright information as the png files.
    File Added: butterfly_colours_svg.zip

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-09

    single colour variations

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-09

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    File Added: butterfly_2colours_svg.zip

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-09

    two-colour variations

     
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    Attached SVG files with size 21 KB can not be opened, the following error is reported:

    undeclared XML namespace prefix "sodipodi" used in attribute name, line 10, position 22

    Dimitry

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-18

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    Ok, I've just triple checked that file and all of the svgs open in inkscape just fine for me, although, they are marked as executable, so you may need to turn that off before you can simply click on them to have inkscape open them.

    Normally I have inkscape open and then open them from the menu just fine.

    What version of inkscape are you using?

     
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    I use a usual internet browser (I have tried firefox, opera and internet explorer). All of them report the bug.

    File butterfly_colours_svg\72_app_icon.svg can be opened there, but all other files can not.

    Dimitry

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-18

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    Right, it's not a bug -- make sure that each butterfly is not marked as an 'executable' file in the permissions. Browsers will not be able to open the files if they are marked as executable, because that's a feature of the svg that browsers do not support (but inkscape and other svg creation/editing tools do.)

     
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    Well, I have Windows, and there is no executable flag here. All files are executable. But the namespace with prefix "sodipodi" is not known.

    Could you please try to open the files with firefox or any other web browser.

    Dimitry

     
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    I have installed inkspace and opened the files. They are saved as a special "inkscape svg" and can not be opened by the web browsers, but it does not matter because inkscape is free too.

    Dimitry

     
  • cerise
    cerise
    2007-12-19

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    I've checked the files and they're saved as regular svgs marked with an executable flag. When I uncheck the executable option (in Linux) then they open (in Windows) under various browsers without any issue. If I have time in the next few weeks I can go through and remove the executable flag from all of them, but since you can see them now, then perhaps I will not need to do all of that extra work.

    In the future, if we narrow down the colour scheme, I will make sure that the svg files are not marked as executables. :)