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svg file size
Hi. I have made a 4 MB svg file. It is smaller then 10 MB limit. When I click on the image ( like here but please reload the page ) I see some animations. It takes a few ( 5) seconds to open full image on my computer ( 15 GB Ram)
When I ask other people about it :
- "for me both the new and the old version do not really show an animation, but after some time of loading there is a presumably complete image. I did not complain about this earlier, because i blames it on my old hardware and slow internet connection ..."
- "I clicked on the image yesterday, but I am travelling, with a very small laptop with only 2GB RAM and when I clicked on it, the CPU went to 100% for two minutes and nothing happened."
Could you check it ? TIA --Adam majewski (talk) 15:49, 6 April 2018 (UTC)
- The problem is that your script is generating a large number of circles along the curves, which increase the file size and slow down the rendering, but aren't actually visible. Unfortunately I'm not familiar with Maxima's draw2d function, but what you want to do is to completely disable the rendering of points wherever you use "points_joined = true". TilmannR (talk) 13:09, 16 May 2018 (UTC)
- I have diminished the number of points inside curves ( not all are circles) so that size also diminished, but still is to big for many computers. Thx. --Adam majewski (talk) 17:26, 19 May 2018 (UTC)
Diagonally striped pattern on svg country map
I'm trying to fill countries with a diagonally striped pattern on a svg world map
kind of style, however, just filling countries instead of regions would be fine. Colors should be able to be determined with the ability to create transparent stripes. There are instructions
on how to entirely fill and circle countries, but the above feature is missing. Anyone here who could extend the instructions or comment? Would like to use this map outside of Wikipedia in case there are different rendering requirements.