I'm giving you a second chance. You were warned about your prior behavior. We're just ensuring you won't lash out on other users again. You are more than welcome to contribute constructively by engaging in disputes civilly and not threatening other users, no matter their opinions. See rule 3 of our policy for more info.
If you can't agree to my terms and still want to be blocked, I'll have to classify this block as a self-requested block. That means I'll block you indefinitely with no chance for appeal. You cannot make another account to bypass this block. Are you sure you want to proceed?
Curious about the reasoning for the reverting of the December_2019 template for recent logo changes. Apologies if there was something wrong with it, been a hot minute since I last frequented this place.
First thing, your condescending attitude towards others in the chat concerns me. Telling people to leave especially when you're not an admin is not good. I have the authority to kick people out of the chat if need be, and their behavior didn't warrant that level. Continuing this behavior may result in a chat ban.
With that out of the way, I don't take SVG requests, especially for something like a profile picture. I'd suggest downloading Inkscape and play around with the SVG format a bit.
The problem is that I use a phone for editing. So I don’t really know if SVGs are accurate on there, and about my responses to those users, I was only trying to help and wasn’t trying to cause any problems for you.
You should focus more on facts than on emotions when filling out a user report. Yes, I get it, sockpuppetry frustrates us all. It has been a problem ever since I've been here. The description field is for why you think the account should be blocked. Simply saying who the sockpuppeteer is gives us a better idea than begging us to block an account with no reason given. If people don't give a reason, we have to ask why (particularly if it's not an obvious case). If you give a reason, you can save us that extra step.
Yes I understand, not every case is created equally, some have more accounts, others have limited amounts of accounts, so your advice will be taken by me (especially in cases that are more common and prevalent).
The staff won't globally disable accounts unless a user admits they're underage or unless the account is an impostor (and even then they usually get globally blocked). Globally blocked accounts automatically turn to disabled ones 3 months after an infinite global block has been placed.
She's making accounts like crazy and I'm barely keeping up. They'll get around with a global block eventually, no need to get in touch. Since NSFW content was uploaded, VSTF might be involved soon and might be the ones initiating global bans.
I imported them in Illustrator, copied them onto a new document, selected layers, deleted excess objects and coverted objects to regular path where appropriate (and applicable), then there are also built-in illustrator tools for cleaning up paths, outlining stroke, and converting text to path and such but none of that had to be done for the files I fixed today.
I think copying something to a new document alongside using "Optimized SVG" instead of "Standard/Inkscape SVG" will do.
Here are my settings:
Note: Do not disable "Work around renderer bugs" as that can cause Fandom's thumbnailer to corrupt them, also, you can lower "Number of significant digits ofr coordinates" if the file is too big, just be careful not to lower it too much so the file gets misdrawn, so experiment with that if you'd like