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SVG-cards

SVG-cards is a set of decks of playing cards made using SVG. The cards are made of geometric elements rather than a grid of pixels, so you can manipulate, transform, stretch, and magnify every card without loss of quality.

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  •  27 Jun 2006 09:18

    Release Notes: A bug that prevented SVG cards from being displayed in Firefox and Adobe Illustrator was fixed.

    •  12 Aug 2005 22:40

      Release Notes: A completely redesigned deck. Massive use of < use > elements. The size is 910Kb (it was over 4400Kb). Cards are named to be accessed with a DOM interface. A real joker has been created . Laurels surround the ace of clubs. There is a new default back. Card borders are larger. signs are many times bigger to be easily readable on a computer screen. Face names are removed. There are many small improvements in the design of signs and faces. Thousands of redundant points in the faces have been removed, leading to over 60% less points but with the same accuracy.

      •  21 Jun 2004 07:52

        Release Notes: Aces with an A were added.

        •  16 Jun 2004 08:02

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