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Opera doesn't work with cliparts in OCAL library (see forum discussion)
because Opera may only display basic SVG.<br>
If you were really aware about promoting SVG you would have been to the
link I provided to you because it's forum's Opera and not bugzilla.<br>
This topic of opera and SVG was created by you and you don't want to
continue to see for our members if it's a good solution or not. You
prefer that we mention Opera have SVG plugin even if you know now that
it's not working with our library or SVG full and not only SVG basic.<br>
So I'm busy with clipart requests and fell free to add/edit the
SVG/Tools page as I said to you.<br>
Have a good days<br>
Alan Horkan a écrit :
<pre wrap="">On Sat, 29 Jul 2006, Patricia wrote:
<pre wrap="">Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2006 18:14:31 +0200
From: Patricia <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
To: Alan Horkan <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
Cc: clipart-list <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
Subject: Opera forum and SVG plugin
There is a discussion in the forum of Opera about crashes (last message
is from todays)
I wont go digging through Bugzilla to find Firefox bug reports...
<pre wrap="">Don't know what to do then for Opera in SVG Tools page.
"I have a few problems with that page. How much of a problem depends on
what the goals of OpenClipart are."
The reason I asked that question was it makes it easier to make decisions
when we know the starting point and share a frame of reference.
Assuming OpenClipart cares first about promoting SVG then it makes sense
not to exclude applications that support SVG like Opera. I'm not
suggesting a ringing endorsement for Opera or anything, in fact if both
Firefox and Opera were mentioned as having SVG support and we leave it to
the users to make up their own mind as to what is best.
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