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A design intended for a sticker for a Laptop.
The Tux image was obtained from a vectorized version from Simon Budig, http://www.home.unix-ag.org/simon/ and the Linux word style is based on the logo designed by Matt Ericson, http://www.ericson.net/.
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13 years ago

Version 1.0 :
-Added .odt (OOo writer) version for easy printing.
-Added two new screenshots showing the look of a finished sticker.

The sticker was printed onto a sheet of standard sticker paper and then covered with a plastic film (the same used to cover books).

ghostbar

13 years ago

Hi, i was trying the SVG Version but the "i" on Linux doens't looks like the PNG version, looks square... Don't you have the good SVG Version?...

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yopi

13 years ago

That's weird, I tried downloading the file in another computer and I found no problem there. Can you check if cmmi10 font appears in your Inkscape? That was the font I used to make the "i" in Linux.

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Vewyn

13 years ago

If you select the letter and use from the PATH menu "Object to Path", then the image will render into PNG without a problem without needing the proper font at all. If you're concerned about retaining editability, then keep a copy of the svg without the conversion and distribute the converted one. That will solve the problem for everyone.

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skatox

13 years ago

The odt file helped me a lot!

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skatox

13 years ago

I like this icon, i will create a sticker for my pc.

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yopi

13 years ago

Thanks. It is not difficult to do it. In the update , there is an odt file that simplifies printing.

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kossak

13 years ago

I've been searching for such icons for a while....nice!

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yopi

13 years ago

Thank you.

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13 years ago

Version 1.0 :
-Added .odt (OOo writer) version for easy printing.
-Added two new screenshots showing the look of a finished sticker.

The sticker was printed onto a sheet of standard sticker paper and then covered with a plastic film (the same used to cover books).

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