Save Viewer Image as SVG or SWF

Save the image window or the full dataset as Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) or Adobe Flash (SWF).
Useful for high quality prints and online presentations with pan and zoom functionality.

.SVG-files are supported in

  • Corel Draw
  • Incscape, highly recommended Open Source SVG Editor
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Internet Explorer 9 and above
  • and many others

.SWF-files are supported in

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • most other browsers

Options:

  • Rotate output by any degree value (0 for no)
  • Overlay your image with a coordinate grid (Grid line distance in model units; 0 for no grid)
  • X and Y dimension of the SVG file in screen units. Useful to control display in browsers. For prints:  higher values bring better results.
  • CSS files (Style Sheets) can be added to format the output. Area and Line color, width, and other attributes can be controlled. This is very useful for drawing maps or corporate design. Link1. Link 2. Link 3.
  • You can limit the image extend to the visible extend by pressing Yes when asked.

Examples:

  • Originally a .MP-file, used as background picture and saved as .SVG-file with embedded .CSS-file. Includes GK3 grid. Zoom in to admire the full details. Download as PDF.
  • Originally an .ELE-file, after mesh quality analysis, 45° rotation and grid option. Download as PDF.
  • Flash example: Use the right Mouse button to zoom in or out, hold the left button to move the image
  • Adaptive Mesh Generator 2.0: Example output file in Shockwave Flash format


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