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Re: <timesheets>separating svg data from presentation

From: Mjumbe Ukweli <mjumbewu@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 19:22:33 -0400
To: tobiasreif@pinkjuice.com, www-svg@w3.org
Message-ID: <F293DB1kQVSdtdH2IWP000041d1@hotmail.com>
i must admit, i still don't completely understand this whole concept of 
time/animationsheets, but from what i do understand i think that timesheets 
would be more useable across different languages than animationsheets.  
animation is a subset of timing anyway (one being dependant upon the other), 
and animation would not be used extensively with most multimedia (and/or 
text) markup languages as it is in SVG.

for instance a timesheet might be able to synchronize a SMIL slide show with 
an music track and an SVG animation whereas an animation sheet might only be 
extensive enough to handle the SVG.

or maybe it's all just semantics.

                                                  &#8226; mjumbe &#8226;

>From: Tobias Reif <tobiasreif@pinkjuice.com>
>Date: Sat, 12 May 2001 00:02:13 +0200
>SMIL/SVG Cascading Animation Sheets could look like this:
>In one SVG file containing all sitewide animations
>"sitewide_animations.svg" :
>(and maybe all other sitewide data: SVG fonts, symbols, headers,
>footers, metadata, filters, etc; everything that gets used more than
>once, or/and is handy to have in one central place)
>   <animate xlink:href="svg[@id = 'mainLogo']/ellipse)" ... />
>(note the use of XPath to address multiple targets)
>in the SVG files:
>   <?xml-animationsheet href="sitewide_animations.svg"
>= flexible, no redundancy, easy to maintain, remote control.
>The actual syntax for all this has not been developed.
>The concept is one of my wishes for SVG2.

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