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New member & SVG Printing performance

From: ERTZ Olivier <ertz@eivd.ch>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 14:14:02 +0200
Message-ID: <00ba01c0ccb8$0d769d60$243dc00a@eivd.ch>
To: <www-svg@w3.org>
Hello everybody,

I'm new in SVG and my work is about printing performance on the
Web via a standard browser.
In the SVG Adobe Tutorial, I read about printing that
"SVG images are capable of printing at the maximum resolution
of any printer". That mean SVG make possible high-resolution
printing. But how ? Is there some primitives in SVG that
request the printer for resolution capabilities (dpi) and then
recalculate the image printing-optimized ?
Could someone tell me what's about that ?

Thank you in advance...
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ERTZ Olivier  -  Collaborateur Scientifique Webmapping
 MicroGIS / EIVD - LAUSANNE Switzerland

Mél : ertz@eivd.ch (boulot)   -   ertz@free.fr (perso)
Tél : (+41)(0)21 316 98 37   Mob : (+33)(0)6.64.13.84.08
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