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XViewer SVG suggestions?

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Given this w3.org validated self contained SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic)
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg

And an all but ( because of IE requirements ) valid container page of
http://127.0.0.1/Assets/Demos/speake...rSelector.html

I'm looking for those things that would aid in making
this "Web 3.0" application fly, or at least those error
messages/line numbers experienced that might help
me make this application that works w/o error for me work w/o error
for any context wher ethat might be possible

Currently I've made some progress with FF,Opera,Konqueror,IE but only
a few contexts play the entire interaction. The major issue at this
point is that any errors remaining are not reported to me by the
browsers in my Linux/ Gnome context, so I need error reports from those
that actually get error messages.

Once I fully understand the various issues in the various SVG
viewers I will encapsulate those answers in first the working
application sample and then as always a library to support similar efforts
Nov 24 '06 #1
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ASM
drclue a écrit :
Given this w3.org validated self contained SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic)
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg
FF 2 on Mac OS 10.3.9
quite long to load
alone error in consol : color 66666 (instead of 666666 or 666)
info-bulls don't stay enough long time
I can't chose another speaker

Opera 9.0
no info-bull over speakers on room plan

Safari 1.3.2 last webkit available on OS 10.3.9 up-dated
Displaies plan and buttons but not articles nor prices
No info-bull
Buttons not clickable
And an all but ( because of IE requirements ) valid container page of
http://127.0.0.1/Assets/Demos/speake...rSelector.html
Thank you to have given your localhost but your forgot to send too your
computer. I can't acceed to this url ...
The major issue at this
point is that any errors remaining are not reported to me by the
browsers
Nor I get error messages ... :-(

--
Stephane Moriaux and his (less) old Mac already out of date
Nov 24 '06 #2

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ASM wrote:
drclue a écrit :
>Given this w3.org validated self contained SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic)
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg

FF 2 on Mac OS 10.3.9
quite long to load
I hope that as minor remaining bugs are cured that the speed should pick
up. I already have used plain text editing to take the nearly 2000 lines
of SVG WYSIWYG SVG code and reduce it to about 300 lines of
code.
alone error in consol : color 66666 (instead of 666666 or 666)
It would be nice to have a line number for that , but I'm
happy to at least hear about it. and it has been sifted
before this post, so let me know if I missed one!
info-bulls don't stay enough long time
I can't chose another speaker

Opera 9.0
no info-bull over speakers on room plan

Safari 1.3.2 last webkit available on OS 10.3.9 up-dated
Displaies plan and buttons but not articles nor prices
No info-bull
Buttons not clickable
Well Safari can only be addressed in Linux / Gnome as Konqueror
as they share a reasonably common code base.
>And an all but ( because of IE requirements ) valid container page of
http://127.0.0.1/Assets/Demos/speake...rSelector.html
Shame on me , I try so hard not to do that, geeze :)

http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...rSelector.html
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg
>The major issue at this point is that any errors remaining are not
reported to me by the browsers

Nor I get error messages ... :-(
I can't fix what I can't see broken, and it's really a pain.
Nov 24 '06 #3

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ASM
drclue a écrit :
ASM wrote:
>drclue a écrit :
>>Given this w3.org validated self contained SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic)
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg

FF 2 on Mac OS 10.3.9
quite long to load

I hope that as minor remaining bugs are cured that the speed should pick
up.
Firefox is much more lazy with svg than Opera and it eats a lot of CPU
up to 100%.
As soon as the svg is scalable it's very hard to resize the window
(FF is too much buzy to redraw the view in its mind ?)
I already have used plain text editing to take the nearly 2000 lines
of SVG WYSIWYG SVG code and reduce it to about 300 lines of
code.
but with 7 linked JS files and some *.png too :-)
>alone error in consol : color 66666 (instead of 666666 or 666)

It would be nice to have a line number
no line number was given, it is somewhere in CSS I suppose ?
for that , but I'm
happy to at least hear about it. and it has been sifted
before this post, so let me know if I missed one!
in url above : 3 times error about color : #66666
and same with other url.
Ho! I see it's for the property "stroke"
>info-bulls don't stay enough long time
With Opera and Monitor opened I can realize where something would happen
when cpu indicator grows up
and also href in status bar
but ... nothing fires (mouseover or click) however the browser looks
like something would have to do.
Well Safari can only be addressed in Linux / Gnome as Konqueror
as they share a reasonably common code base.
Don't know. I think Safari 2 has much features that 1.3 hasn't.
Does Konkeror follows Safari 1.3 or 2 or next one ...
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...rSelector.html
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg
I can't fix what I can't see broken, and it's really a pain.
Sure

--
Stephane Moriaux et son (moins) vieux Mac déjà dépassé
Stephane Moriaux and his (less) old Mac already out of date
Nov 25 '06 #4

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http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...erSelector.svg
http://kirksaeter.com/SpeakerSelecto...rSelector.html

I have the SVG working in Opera9/Linux and discovered
a very strange behavior in Opera with the use of clip-path on
a <gelement containing children with onmouseover events.
The presence of a clip-path seemed to suppress the firing of
events from the visible objects within the clip-path

A little re-arranging worked my way around it.

ASM wrote:
Firefox is much more lazy with svg than Opera and it eats a lot of CPU
up to 100%.
As soon as the svg is scalable it's very hard to resize the window
(FF is too much buzy to redraw the view in its mind ?)
I'm not too sure why it would be all that busy , but
probably as the Speaker Selector tool is refined,
more efficient common paths will occur. It's been all this learning
curve of figuring out what each browser really supports , along
with all their various bugs and foibles. Once it's figured out
the first time it's typically not so bad from there on.
Much like motor , 1) running 2.) tuning :)
>I already have used plain text editing to take the nearly 2000 lines
of SVG WYSIWYG SVG code and reduce it to about 300 lines of
code.

but with 7 linked JS files and some *.png too :-)
The .png was somewhat unavoidable, as it was all the art they had,
and for the $250.00 I'll get for this, I did not want to add in
extra art too. As is the $250.00 and the gained knowledge just covers it

The multiple files include some library code for doing AJAX and
another slowly developing library for general SVG stuff.
The Others are just to break the code down into manageable pieces for
editing.
With Opera and Monitor opened I can realize where something would happen
when cpu indicator grows up
and also href in status bar
but ... nothing fires (mouseover or click) however the browser looks
like something would have to do.
>Well Safari can only be addressed in Linux / Gnome as Konqueror
as they share a reasonably common code base.

Don't know. I think Safari 2 has much features that 1.3 hasn't.
Does Konkeror follows Safari 1.3 or 2 or next one ...
I'm not sure who fallows who or if they've forked , it's
just the nearest thing I have to Safari to test with.
Nov 26 '06 #5

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