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Re: SVGLoad event.

From: Jim Ley <jim@jibbering.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 09:54:10 -0000
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"Jon Ferraiolo" <jon@ferraiolo.com>

> If I understand your question, I think the answer is yes -- your
> description "just before the content is rendered" is reasonably close
to
> the official words.
>
> > (which is completely incompatible with
> > Dynamic High Performance SVG viewers.)
>
> How so? You must be thinking of some particular wording in the SVG
> specification regarding Dynamic High Performance SVG Viewers, but
> nothing comes to me right now.

In a high performance dynamic svg viewer, the content must be rendered in
paralell to downloading:

( http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/conform.html )
| A Conforming High-Quality Dynamic SVG Viewer must support
| the following additional features:

| Progressive rendering and animation effects (i.e., the start of the
| document will start appearing and animations will start running in
| parallel with downloading the rest of the document).

So consider onload of the root SVG element, the contents of this "will
start appearing" before the content is fully downloaded, so onload at
best can only appear immediately before the last element downloaded is
rendered.

Jim.
Received on Tuesday, 5 November 2002 05:00:30 GMT

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