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For the Stack Overflow meetup today, I thought I would print out my flair image - one of these:

combined-flair so-flair

But unfortunately they have a resolution of only 208×58 pixels, which is not quite enough to print them nicely.

Could we have a higher-resolution version of these images suitable for printing? (Maybe even a vector-graphics version allowing seamless zooming... but of course the fixed resolution of the Gravatar makes this complicated.)

I suppose this request comes a bit too late to have this implemented for today, but it would be nice to have anyway.

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It's not exactly the same but for individual sites the HTML flair is still available and can be scaled more easily. – Jeremy Banks Apr 28 '12 at 14:39
Why not making the flair with a vector and when you have to export it you just include a high-resolution gravatar? If that's not possible, just make everything vector and exclude the gravatar. – Alenanno Apr 28 '12 at 17:08
As soon as this gets implemented, we'll get a slew of Meta questions asking why the reputation score on their printed flair isn't updating. We'll tell them "caching". – Cody Gray Apr 29 '12 at 5:07

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