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--Amada44 07:56, 17 January 2007 (UTC)
sure, no problem! I didn't need the one you uploaded on your server. I used the one you had uploaded to commons. The only thing I did was to adjust the size of the document compared to the image you created (it looks excelent by the way!!). You can do that in inkscape with the symbol on the top right: "Edit property's of this document". Then you enter the new size you want (I did 800x800 pixel) and then you grab the image and adjust it to the document size (looks like a piece of paper,..). If you need any help I am happy to help you ;).
By the way: you need to wait 4 days after registration before you can replace images. Then you will have a button which says: "upload new version of this file" which I did with yours!
Something to the commons: its not always easy to understand the structures and sometimes the structures are quite messy and could/should be improved. But, don't get upset by that and lets just hope, that some good programmers get that stuff fixed some time *smile* Here your file: --Amada44 08:06, 17 January 2007 (UTC)
Thank you for providing images to Wikimedia Commons. Please keep in mind that images uploaded to Commons should be useful to all users of Wikimedia projects. This is possible only if the images can be found by other people.
To allow others to find the images you uploaded here, the images should be in some place that can be found by navigating the category structure. This means that you should put the images into appropriate topic pages, categories, optionally galleries, or both of them (see Commons:Categories). To find good categories for your images, the CommonSense tool may help.
You can find a convenient overview of your uploaded files in this gallery.
The important point is that the images should be placed in the general structure somewhere. There are a large number of completely unsorted images on Commons right now. If you would like to help to place some of those images where they can be found, please do!