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RE: AdobeSVGV: default LowQuality trick

From: Dave J Woolley <DJW@bts.co.uk>
Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 13:16:36 +0100
Message-ID: <81E4A2BC03CED111845100104B62AFB5824763@stagecoach.bts.co.uk>
To: "'www-svg@w3.org'" <www-svg@w3.org>
> From:	Victor Sinceac [SMTP:vsinceac@webraska.com]
> 
> For interested persons: There is the way to enable LowQuality rendering
> (without antialiasing) by default, when rendering a svg file embeded in
> html, with AdobeSVGV :
> 
	[DJW:]  Is it possible to do this with valid HTML.  The HTML
	sample (even assuming an HTML 4.01 DOCTYPE) contains multiple
	syntax errors and at least one undefined element, EMBED.
>   _____  
> 
> <HTML>
> ..........................
> <BODY onload="DefaultQuality();">
> <EMBED WIDTH="640" HEIGHT="480" SRC="xxx.svg" NAME="xxx"/>
> .........................
> </BODY>
> </HTML>
> <script language="JavaScript">
> ..............
> function DefaultQuality()
> {
> document.xxx.setDefaultAntialias(0);
> }
> </script>
>   _____  
> 
>   [DJW:]  Other errors include, +language=, -type= on the script
	element; elements after </HTML>; by inference from valid element,
	NAME should be ID.
	[DJW:]  The capitalisation is incompatible with XHMTL, but I
	seem to remember that XHTML should have a space before />;
	XHTML would also have needed a marked section for the script. 
Received on Tuesday, 27 June 2000 08:23:48 GMT

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