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From: Максим <max_sky74@mail.ru>
Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2010 08:52:14 +0300
To: www-forms@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1NcudS-0003LZ-00.max_sky74-mail-ru@f270.mail.ru>
Hello!

According to XForms specification event "xforms-ready" appears wnen instances are loaded into RAM and form controls are ready to work with them. 
I have a program where I can change attribute "r" of circle element in input control. I have to save and then load svg-file with the circle to see changed radius. This way I have to use two data stores, one - in RAM, and the other - in local file. And this data stores have the same contents. I'd like to have possibility to see the circle with new radius without saving and loading it again every time I changed something. I think that it is better to save changes only one time, when I finish to use the program.
How can I avoid saving and loading file every time to see changes?
If it is possible to use JavaScript for this and how can I do this?
How can I change element iframe to see svg-picture?

I am sending files of my program with this letter.
Thank you!





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