Any way to get draw.io vector graphics in Scroll PDF export in Confluence Cloud

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    David Benson

    I've submitted this as ticket 33308 directly. We'll see the k15t guys at summit in a couple of weeks and try to make time to discuss.

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    Mads Bondo Dydensborg

    David, that would be awesome. Thanks a lot!

    Being able to do this, even if it requires manual customization or other semi-complicated steps would hugely improve our possibilities of porting a lot of technical drawings into draw.io.

    Kind regards

    Mads

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    Dave

    David, are there any new information regarding this issue?

    Kind regards,
    Dave

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    David Benson

    Sorry, I didn't see a notification for this, for some reason. We're tracking as https://trello.com/c/VionAQLn/70-export-in-higher-res-for-scroll-pdf-output. We haven't resolved yet, but it's due for another look shortly.

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    David Benson

    We've just released a change to increase the resolution, let me know if that fixes it for you.

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    Mads Bondo Dydensborg

    Hi David

    My observation: Opening a draw IO drawing in Confluence, and clicking "save and exit", will now attach a preview with double the "DPI" of the previous version (double resolution in both dimensions). This preview would appear to be included in the Scroll PDF export. The result is a much improved quality of the drawing when printed.

    I am very happy with this! It is a good solution, and will, in practice, make it much more feasible to include Draw IO drawings directly in exported PDF's.

    If there is a wishlist or similar somewhere, I could wish for

    * Very good solution: Ability to control the resolution (dpi?), perhaps on a global or item-by-item basis.

    * Perfect solution: Somehow get a standard SVG and embed it in the PDF export.


    But, current solution is a huge improvement. Thanks a lot!

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