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Dora Bah
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Dora Bah
1 month 1 day ago

too long introduction, for just few tips

Quentin Watt Tutorials
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Quentin Watt Tutorials
1 month 18 hours ago

Noted. Sometimes I think I babble too much as well. 😀

Axi7
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Axi7
1 month 2 days ago

NICE Video bro 💪 😀

Chris Kavanagh
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Chris Kavanagh
1 month 2 days ago

You the man, Quentin! Thanx bra.

KH
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KH
1 month 2 days ago

Pro-tip: You can open SVG's in your browser and copy all the contents from developer tools. You can probably open it in your text editor as well, so yeah.

Quentin Watt Tutorials
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Quentin Watt Tutorials
1 month 18 hours ago

Check out my latest video as a response to this comment. 🙂

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Quentin Watt Tutorials
1 month 1 day ago

Yea… You can do this, but I found it doesn't always work 100%. Although using Adobe illustrator, I find you usually get simpler code that works better. 🙂

Dmytro Slipchenko
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Dmytro Slipchenko
1 month 2 days ago

More simple way, if you don't have Adobe Illustrator or similar – just open your SVG file in some text editor and copy SVG code.PS.Tnx for iconmonstr

Dmytro Slipchenko
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Dmytro Slipchenko
1 month 1 day ago

ok, you convinced me 🙂

Quentin Watt Tutorials
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Quentin Watt Tutorials
1 month 2 days ago

That doesn't always work, but exporting from Illustrator fixes most problems and sometimes provides cleaner code.

ValchyGaming
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ValchyGaming
1 month 2 days ago

HIIII

Quentin Watt Tutorials
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Quentin Watt Tutorials
1 month 2 days ago

HI

Quentin Watt Tutorials
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Quentin Watt Tutorials
1 month 3 days ago

You're going to need Adobe Illustrator to follow along with this one. I'm not sure if the alternative vector applications like "CorelDraw" or "Inkscape" have a similar option.

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