Re: Displaying SVG

Subject: Re: Displaying SVG
From: Arie Golos <agolos@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2000 13:44:22 -0400
I believe, Gert has a problem because he is doing the transformation
within the Explorer.  I had the same problem and I could not find any
way to work around the problem that Explorer does not load the plugin
even if one specifies the correct 'image/svg-xml' mime type on window
opening.  I hope, this will be fixed in another release.  I also would
like to see the OBJECT element working with the same mime type and data
source from the xml island (OBJECT works if you specify DATA value with the
svg file type)

Gert, if you find any workaround except making transformation on the server side,
please let me know.


Larry_Mason@xxxxxx wrote:

> > I chose to open a new window, because displaying the svg in the
> > DIV.innerhtml won't work at all. The plugin doesn't recognize it.
> > The best solution would be proper inline svg, but I don't think any
> > browser supports it.
> This puts the clock svg from Adobe in an existing page
> <BODY BGCOLOR="#3366cc" >
> Check the current time
> ="clock.svg"></CENTER>
> </BODY>
> Cheers!
> Larry
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