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This tutorial will assume you've read the standard [[Curation Tutorial]], which is highly recommended to go through.
 
This tutorial will assume you've read the standard [[Curation Tutorial]], which is highly recommended to go through.
  
== How to recognize an SVG Viewer content ==
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== Recognizing SVG Viewer Content ==
 
[[File:Svgpowered.gif|thumb|SVG powered info]]
 
[[File:Svgpowered.gif|thumb|SVG powered info]]
* '''IMPORTANT! The .svg file, which is unable to open in a modern browser, is distorted in Inkscape, or it is animated, most likely to open in Adobe SVG Viewer.'''
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* '''IMPORTANT! The .svg file, which is unable to open in a modern browser, is either animated or distorted when you open the file in Inkscape. The file is most likely to open in Adobe SVG Viewer.'''
 
* It is described to use SVG Viewer to display the file.
 
* It is described to use SVG Viewer to display the file.
* The files end with .svg or .svgz
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* The files end with <code>.svg</code> or <code>.svgz</code>.
  
== Important things about SVG Viewer curation ==
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== Notes About SVG Viewer ==
* .svg/.svgz files always need to be embedded in HTML! Example:
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* <code>.svg</code> / <code>.svgz</code> files always need to be embedded in HTML! Example:
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
 
<embed height="320" name="example" src="http://example.com/example.svg" width="240">
 
<embed height="320" name="example" src="http://example.com/example.svg" width="240">
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== Troubleshooting ==
 
== Troubleshooting ==
* Sometimes .svgz files may not open. Changing to the .svg file most often solves the problem.
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* Sometimes <code>.svgz</code> files may not open. Changing the .svg file most often solves the problem.
  
 
== Wrapping It Up ==
 
== Wrapping It Up ==
 
{{:Wrapping It Up}}
 
{{:Wrapping It Up}}
 
[[Category:Curation Guides]]
 
[[Category:Curation Guides]]

Latest revision as of 11:08, 31 May 2022

This guide will show you how to curate SVG Viewer content using Flashpoint Core.

Before You Start

This tutorial will assume you've read the standard Curation Tutorial, which is highly recommended to go through.

Recognizing SVG Viewer Content

SVG powered info
  • IMPORTANT! The .svg file, which is unable to open in a modern browser, is either animated or distorted when you open the file in Inkscape. The file is most likely to open in Adobe SVG Viewer.
  • It is described to use SVG Viewer to display the file.
  • The files end with .svg or .svgz.

Notes About SVG Viewer

  • .svg / .svgz files always need to be embedded in HTML! Example:
<embed height="320" name="example" src="http://example.com/example.svg" width="240">

Troubleshooting

  • Sometimes .svgz files may not open. Changing the .svg file most often solves the problem.

Wrapping It Up

First, make sure that you have thoroughly tested your curation and followed the Curation Format. Scroll down in the Curate tab and click the Export button at the bottom of your curation to save it as a .7z file. After you've exported the curation, you can find it by clicking the Exported Curations button on the Curate tab (as long as you didn't choose to save it somewhere else). Once you have the file, submit it to the Flashpoint Submission System. An explanation of how the site works is available here.

After you have uploaded your curation to the website, a Curator will check it. This can take some time, so please be patient. You will be pinged in the #fpfss-notifications channel about whether or not your submission was approved, and if any changes need to be made.

Congratulations! Your submitted game/animation will appear in a future version of Flashpoint.