OpenOffice.org logo19 Mar 2004
Today I looked into converting EPS to SVG because it seems that EPS is the only vector graphic format the OpenOffice.org logos can be found in… sad but true :’(
I found that the tool
pstoedit can do the job so I tested it:
pstoedit -f plot-svg my.eps my.svg
The result was not to my satisfaction! At least
Inkscape can’t display the SVG result - I’ll find out when I get to try out Batik. If it’s a bad conversion (as I suspect) I’ll find a way to try if Adobe Illustrator is any better.
Another workaround was to remake the logo myself. It’s only the name and two gulls - come on give me a challenge. How about this: Buy the font used for the logo for 22$ WTF?!? (did I mention that the logo uses two different fonts?)
Hmmm it seems that I’m back at trying to convert the damn EPS.
OpenOffice.org logo by Jacob Emcken is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.