Offer download formats other than svg
SVG is a pretty idiosyncratic choice. Is it something to do with jsroot? You must have pngs already available for the fallback. Other popular formats are eps and pdf.
#1 Updated by Jeremy Wolcott over 4 years ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
I picked SVGs for the fallback because they're the vector format natively supported by browsers. There aren't any other formats currently being made.
However, the JSROOT canvas will produce PNGs for you (click the little camera icon).
I was hesitant to produce any more formats because (a) it will slow processing down more and (b) we already make zillions of files (MCCheckout, for instance, literally produces 4000 files as it stands).
Is the need so desperate that we need anything beyond what's already there?
#5 Updated by Jeremy Wolcott over 4 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Closed
Based on their documentation and a bit of trawling through the source, I don't see any way of changing the default name for that image, so I'm going to close this bug. (I will note that in most browsers you can change the name of a downloaded file in the save dialog that pops up during a download -- hopefully that's good enough?)