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Two arrows symbolising an article being split in two.

Split-arrows.gif Merge-arrows.gif Merge-arrow.gif Mergedisputed.gif Mergefrom.gif Merge-split-transwiki default.gif Sub-arrows.gif (GIF)

Split-arrows.svg Merge-arrows.svg Merge-arrow.svg Mergedisputed.svg Mergefrom.svg Merge-split-transwiki default.svg Sub-arrows.svg (SVG)

Split-arrows 2.svg Merge-arrows 2.svg Merge-arrow 2.svg Mergedisputed 2.svg Mergefrom 2.svg Merge-split-transwiki default 2.svg Sub-arrows 2.svg (SVG v2)

This is part of a series of icons used in templates on various Wikipedias to represent the merging or splitting of content. Both GIF and SVG renditions of each exist. The GIFs exist for reasons of uniformity and backward compatibility. In Windows versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer prior to version 7, the SVGs render without transparency unless a special workaround is applied. This workaround is in place on the English Wikipedia, but works only for Internet Explorer version 6, and the workaround is not in place on other wikis.

The SVGs, while not exact replicas of the original GIFs, are superior when displayed at sizes greater than the GIFs' native dimensions. For example, see the two renditions of the "Split-arrows" icon at 275 pixels:

Split-arrows.gif Split-arrows.svg Split-arrows 2.svg


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La covarianza è largamente utilizzata in geomatica.

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current13:14, 16 March 2018Thumbnail for version as of 13:14, 16 March 2018300 × 100 (2 KB)Укась (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 08:02, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
13:40, 14 December 2016Thumbnail for version as of 13:40, 14 December 201660 × 20 (2 KB)Ladsgroup (talk | contribs)Aligning colors with Wikimedia color palette (phab:M82)
08:48, 17 August 2006Thumbnail for version as of 08:48, 17 August 200660 × 20 (2 KB)Erin Silversmith (talk | contribs)Final touches to gradient and code.
05:41, 17 August 2006Thumbnail for version as of 05:41, 17 August 200660 × 20 (2 KB)Erin Silversmith (talk | contribs)Made more similar to the original GIF (size, gradient, etc.)
08:02, 10 July 2006Thumbnail for version as of 08:02, 10 July 2006300 × 100 (2 KB)Erin Silversmith (talk | contribs){{Created with Inkscape}} Two arrows symbolising an article being split in two. Vector image created by User:Erin_Silversmith, based on Image:Split-arrows.gif and Image:Split-arrows.png, created by w:User:David_Levy from public domain
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