punchcard svg file available

simon simski at dds.nl
Fri Sep 11 01:27:45 CDT 2015

shure. go ahead. the svg has layers.

top to bottom:

demo (with the dot matrix text)
holes (all the holes, but not with a solid fill
print (the numbers)
card (the card itself)

As I made the original card in illustrator on a mac three years ago and 
I'm a "switcher" to linux, I changed the format to svg for portability. 
in translation, the dot matrix font was lost (or it did'nt exist in the 
first place. I could have made the font with separate dots)


On 11-09-15 00:39, Marc Howard wrote:
> Question:  Is there a way to edit the SVG file to produce a custom message?
> Thanks,
> Marc
> On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 2:38 PM, geneb <geneb at deltasoft.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 10 Sep 2015, Fred Cisin wrote:
>> On Thu, 10 Sep 2015, Mike Stein wrote:
>>>> For a while many utility bills etc. were sent out with prepunched cards
>>>> containing the customer and billing information, to be mailed back with
>>>> your payment for proper allocation.
>>> A guy that I went to school with, would always take those utility bills,
>>> and before sending them back, would punch "/*" in the first two columns.
>>> (NOTE: we're talking 360 JCL, not C source code)
>> This is at least the 2nd time I've seen this message today.  Mailman gone
>> mental on us Jay?
>> g.
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Met vriendelijke Groet,

Simon Claessen

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