Rookie is exactly right. I can build you a 3000 ton bridge and fix a Nitro Top Fuel head with a hole in the side the size of a golf-ball, but 1 year ago I didn’t even know what a svg was. It took 3 months to make a FZ part from scratch because there was no help or info back then, so I had to learn Fritzing, Inkscape, XML, Electronics, KiCad, Eagle, from scratch and with no experience, to be able to reverse engineer a FZ part to actually make it. I kept asking for help on the forum, but there was no response, so I keep hacking until I made a part. Back then they closed the part side down - they make their lively hood from part creation so I don’t think they were keen on helping part creation - , but after I posted my working part and started telling people how to do it it took off. After that the FZ guys got more serious about parts and made the part submit and started helping somewhat.
I remember seeing that empty svg and with nothing to click on, because you couldn’t see anything, and was wondering how it was added, because it was in FZ. Was it another svg, was it internal to FZ, when you don’t know anything you don’t know what to ask. It was a couple of days of getting nowhere that I found in a searching that old parts had a white silkscreen.
Unless you’ve been a rookie you can never understand what it’s like, so I always correct stuff for people that are starting from nowhere, just incase.