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Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - Post #39377
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So, I've been looking for the .SVG file. When I search the report for the .svg file, the only file that shows up in the entire folder is help.svg. Even though some of the web coding calls for genomap0.svg, the file isn't anywhere within the output folder. And I also have "
Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - Post #39397
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The svg image is embedded within the genomapx.htm file under the genomaps folder.

Once upon a time is was generated as a separate file in the report when browsers did not support inline SVG.  It is still generated separately but as a temporary file which is then copied into genomapx.htm.  


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Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - Post #39398
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OK, so is there a way to capture the svg file and save it to one's hard drive? My goal was to be able to take what I produced in GenoPro and then refine it in a vector editing program. From everything I had read on your website, that was completely possible. Is this no longer the case?

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Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - Post #39401
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It is easy to obtain the SVG data from any genomap?.htm file using a text editor, even NotePad Smile

The main <svg> tag is on line 37, so delete everything above that. The closing </svg> is about 9 lines from the end of the file, so delete everything below that.

You can also remove and inner svg image that defines the navigation control and the genopro web site link as follows:

Locate the inner <svg> tag for the controls at about 235 lines above the closing </svg> mentioned above. Delete everyting from and including that <svg> down to but not including the final </svg> tag at the end of the file.

The save the resulting text as a UTF-8 encoded .svg file.

With a smarter editor such as NotePad++ you can remove the mouseover animations of the gender symbols by using a regular expression search and replace to delete the <set    ...  /> lines.





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Posted Thursday, February 28, 2019 - Post #39446
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Wow!! That really was easy. Never knew you could do that before. Thanks very much for your help.

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