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  1. #1
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    SVGTiny file not displaying properly

    Hi,
    I am using SVG Tiny images im my application. I created the SVGT files with Adobe Illustrator which converts the gradient part of the image as PNMG and embedd in SVGT file. This gradient part is not displyed properly on the device. BUt the SVGT image is diplsyed properly on IE.
    Is there anything which can be done with mifconv tool to to get a proper display?
    Is there anything can be done with Adobe Illustrator not to embed the gradient as a PNG in SVGT file?

    Pls help

    Thanks,
    Jinu

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    Re: SVGTiny file not displaying properly

    That conversion is a bad idea, you should convince the tool not to do that, SVG Tiny (1.1?) actually supports gradients.
    A thing you can try is saving the file as 'normal' SVG, using the oldest possible format - then it may happen that the device will already handle it well, you can try the svg2svgt tool, and if everything else fails, you can try copying only the gradient itself to the SVG-T file.

  3. #3
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    Re: SVGTiny file not displaying properly

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply. Does the S60 3rd edition supports SVG Tiny 1.1+ profile images?

    Thanks & Regards,
    Jinu

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