You haven't edited the text on the HP invent logos to match the real logo.
Also, the light blue variants should not have black borders on the light blue portions of the logo. Also make an SVG out of the 2011-2012 HP branding and the white HP logo on a blue background.
Based on the one I found on Wikimedia Commons, while the Futura Bold font remained the same as my recreation, the letter spacing is different. What I will do with the letter-spacing is I will space them out slightly, resulting in the need to slightly rescale the "invent" tagline.
Just so you know, you do not have to say "RED ALERT!" on a user report. We get that Andy is an issue and I actually banned him a literal minute you reported him. In the future, you do not need to say that, thanks.
I wonder how do you get the fonts for the aforementioned logos in the title. I'm bringing this up so I can get the fonts used and that I don't have to wait for you or someone to properly convert the logos to SVG. Also I would like to know how would I properly convert those types of logos to SVG, since if I use Inkscape the fonts would be unrecognized.
Hello, I primarily use Gotham for the 2012 logo and HP Simplified for the current one. Speaking of Inkscape, you may have to select the text you inserted then go to Paths and Object to Path. The Object to Path properly displays the font here because if it's not converted to path, it might be displayed in the wrong font. Also, the font I use for the 2000s era Dell desktop model logos is Microgramma Bold.
Thanks! I just had to rewrite the "ENVY" text for the HP ENVY logo and it did the magic, realizing that doing it with a PNG render would fail! :) Also what's the name of the font used for the current HP ProDesk logo, you know with the spaced out letters? Thanks :)
Hello, if you use the Node tool (shortcut N) and then move the cursor around on the letters, you'll see the letters highlighted in red. However, if they are not highlighted in red, then the text has not been converted to path yet. At the time, I had to fix the font error using Object to Path.
Same procedure as before: Select All (Ctrl+A or Command+A), then "Paths", "Trace Bitmap", "Multiple scans" and "Colors", "Object" and "Objects" then "Image (number)" and Ctrl+Shift+D (or Command+Shift+D) for "Document Settings". Then you use the node tool (shortcut N) to remove the blemishes.