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WICD Still Image Rendering

From: <Oskari.Koskimies@nokia.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 14:51:54 +0200
Message-ID: <3D9C818A98ABFF449EB80FFF9D4AADC802CE31DF@esebe106.NOE.Nokia.com>
To: <public-cdf@w3.org>
Cc: <Lasse.Pajunen@nokia.com>

Hi,

I am sending the below comment on behalf of my colleague Lasse Pajunen,
who is having technical difficulties.

BR,
     --Oskari Koskimies

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Hi,

In 3.2.1.1 Still-Image Rendering
(http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-WICD-20061122/#supported-formats), there
are two modes (static and frozen).

"An <object> element <param> child element with name="render" and
value="static" shall result in a static rendering. Links shall not be
activatable. Animations shall not play. Modifications made by script
shall update the rendering. The rendering shall also update, if the size
of the rendering area changes."

And

"An <object> element <param> child element with name="render" and
value="frozen" shall result in a one-time static rendering to a raster
image. Links shall not be activatable. Animations shall not play.
Modifications made by script shall update the rendering. The rendering
shall also update, if the size of the rendering area changes."

My understanding is that these two modes are exactly the same and
provide the same behaviour.

My question is: what is the difference between these modes? Why there is
a need to have two separate modes?

If there is no clear difference, I propose removing "frozen" mode.

Best regards,
Lasse
Received on Wednesday, 29 November 2006 14:04:57 UTC

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