User talk:213.155.224.232

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Bad behaviour is what you are doing. The SVGs I´m inserting do not conflict with IE, futhermore many PNG are literally wrong. With SVG files everyone may edit and correct them. All these WPs have already SVG files as COAs; if they wanted PNG, they would warn me in my talk pages or at least use only PNG. You made a vandalism, reverting the modifications, and for nothing. Specially, like the Israeli COA, the SVG version is exactly the same. You just waste your time and mine. It is absurd, makes anyone frustrated to try getting things better, creating SVG files and changing articles. --Tonyjeff 20:38, 25 April 2007 (UTC)

You know that it's not the same. The artcles are not getting better through this. Worse, you SVG-version of the Israel-COA has a RfD, which certainly will be executed. More the SVG versions of COAs are sucking any of them. The color's not the same. The German COA now uses yellow instead of gold (though that wasn't your work. Using SVGs for COAs is wrong. For maps or other graphics it might be good, but not for ensigns. The structures are not the same. What about Argentina, the red hat on the stick is very different. It's a totally new design. en:WP:NOR. Replacing the PNG-COAs with SVGs is vandalism. Stop it. --213.155.224.232 10:51, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
If there is any detail to be adjusted in a SVG file it may done easier than at a PNG version. If it is a matter of color, for instance, can be corrected. The SVG, like the WP, is a "open source image", being a piece of collective work, that are liberated in public domain. You may suggest what is wrong in the image, and someone may correct it for sure.
The Argentinian COA, for instance, is loosely standardized, being found "official" variants on Government sites, like here or here, for instance (in fact, we may easily find many more). Why then SHOULD we rely blindly on this version? Why should we consider this PNG the official version and ONLY accept a SVG if it be identical? Do you think Flags of the world or Vector Images have the last word in anything? The only official colors of Argentina may be find here. SVG do get things better. You do not need to put a deletion request, but instead work together, suggesting adjustments.
Acting as you are, doing things not logged in, suggesting deletions for loosely reasons, moved by your own points of view, is the vandalism here. When a SVG version is done, there is a lot of research on it, by different people; you should be a wee bit humble. And about the RfD in the Israeli COA, it is a problem of any Israeli civic symbol, including the national flag and PNG versions. To say the truth, in the case of Israeli COA, it's just a minor matter of darker blue, because it is IDENTICAL. Try to see how wrong you are, having some strange problem with SVG extension. --Tonyjeff 23:39, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
Since when being logged in is required by WP guidelines? --213.155.224.232 10:13, 28 April 2007 (UTC)
It illustrates your good faith, specially when you do not agree with another editor. --Tonyjeff 12:22, 2 May 2007 (UTC)
Nope, it doesn't. Most worthfully edits are made by IPs. Should I apply for an account in every 100+ Wikis? --213.155.224.232 17:34, 2 May 2007 (UTC)
I did, instead of acting anonymously, and have been open to discussion, as it happened in many of the Wikis I edited, as anyone may see in my German discussion. Anyway, each time you come with a different -- and worse -- argument to justify your wrong doings. I´m really done of it. Try to learn a wee bit more about Wikipedia, SVG format and Heraldry. And do not act as a vandal just to impose your personal points of view. God speed. --Tonyjeff 13:55, 15 May 2007 (UTC)
And I could not get what is wrong with the German COA, which is indeed being used at the German WP... and I am sure that, if the color you said is REALLY the official one, it can be easily matched at the SVG version. --Tonyjeff 23:57, 26 April 2007 (UTC)