On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 11:41 PM, Bernhard Dippold
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> Bernhard Dippold schrieb:
>> I attached different versions of our logo in order to test the service
>> and provide the files to Nik who has problems with our SVG files in the
That's not quite the intended use case :-P
> While the SVG attachments are found in the attachment site,the two EPS
> versions have been stripped off.
Yes, eps just is not in the list of allowed extensions.
> I'm unsure if we should allow EPS (for design it would be helpful, I think).
Hmm - I don't thinks so. EPS is not the classical source format, is
it? It's end-result of a rendered export. And it's not the format to
use when you want other people to just have a look.
> What do others mean?
Well - personally I don't think its necessary. For the end-result, for
stuff you want the general public to use/see, the wiki or the website
is more appropriate, the attachment-service is more for the
"in-the-works" kind of stuff.... (and I don't consider eps to be a
usual format for working with it. But if designers actually use eps as
source-format, i.e. create their stuff as eps files, then the list can
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