Quality chem for File:Autoprotolyse eau simplifiee.svg
Thanks for raising the problem. I uploaded a new version.
There seems to be a problem regarding the description and/or licensing of this particular file. It has been found that you've added in the image's description only a Template that's not a license and although it provides useful information about the image, it's not a valid license. Could you please resolve this problem, adding the license in the image linked above? You can edit the description page and change the text. Uploading a new version of the file does not change the description of the file. This page may give you more hints on which license to choose. Thank you.
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Hi DMacks. Your files listed above are in Category:Chemical images that should use vector graphics. Could you please check, if the tag may be removed (in the case of high resolution PNGs), if there is already an SVG version, or if you consider uploading an updated version of higher resolution/quality on top of the old? Thank you. Leyo 13:45, 27 January 2014 (UTC)
- These images are all high resolution PNGs drawn to current CHEM MOS. Certainly they could be redone as SVG (none currently have SVG equivalents on commons), but I cannot do so easily (one of the silly limitations of Mac ChemDraw is that it cannot export that format even though it can to PS and the Windows version can to SVG!). Those were all tagged by someone else, so I'm not going to blindly reject their concern if someone wishes to pursue drawing them in a different format. DMacks (talk) 10:36, 28 January 2014 (UTC)
- Hi there. Yes, it seems that there is an error in the image's name. The correct name is 6-cyclooctyl-3-ethyl-5-methyl-2-hexene.svg. I will fix it.
- Thank you for your notice.
- Done. It's OK now, isn't it?