Where can I find an archlabs logo in png or preferably svg?


#1

Want to do some experimentations.


October 2018 Screenshot Thread
#2

You can grab one from the homepage:
archlabs logo


#3

There is a selection here


#4

@Dobbie03 Thanks. I couldn’t find it on the archlabs github page.

@dimaom Thanks but that is an png file. And svg file is a vector graphic file you can edit in inkscape or illustrator and not an fixed size and resolution raster image.


#5

Yeah its in my own repo. I should really merge it with the main repo.


#6

You could also use inkscape to convert png to svg:

https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how-to-convert-a-jpg-to-an-svg-on-inkscape

The article uses jpg as an example, but the same principle still works. Just a thought in case you are not able to get AL logo in svg format.


#7

Inkscape has a trace bitmap feature also but the results is not always the best.


#8

Hey Matt…is there an updated link location for this since y’all left github?


#9

Which image are you looking for @7im4pple?


#10

I need the archlabs logo with either a white background or the logo itself being white.


#11

Here ya go man :slight_smile:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kak4v9z9l7fvotv/archlabs.png?dl=0


December 2018 Screenshot Thread
#12

Thanks!


#13

@7im4pple, did you get what you needed?


#14

Sure did, thanks!


#15

Following the orientation of the post, I need an “SVG”, png (compressed) does not allow certain stagger.


Even converting, decompressing does not generate a new clean file.

Someone? :thinking:


#16

@Dobbie03 :point_up_2:


#17

Maybe this can help


#18

Exactly!
Now I can create wallpapers of 8 or 80k without pixel problems… hahaha… :joy::joy:
Thank you! :+1::+1:


#19

Looking forward to what you come up with.


#20

Now yes…
4k image coming out of the oven!