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Re: Google pages

From: Rick <graham.rick@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 20:54:13 -0500
Message-ID: <18569e000603301754s4edd80b9j4d5031168645251a@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Dave Whitehead" <david.j.whitehead@gmail.com>
Cc: www-svg@w3.org

On 3/30/06, Dave Whitehead <david.j.whitehead@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> It is possible to display svg on Google page, check out a example I've put
> on my space :-

Doesn't work with FireFox (Linux) does the same thing with yours as it
does with my experiments.  It downloads it and views it in another
window.  Which just shows an XML view in your case BTW.  Could be
FireFox's fault tho, they have some work to do yet.  (I'm not saying
it is, I don't know)

I have no other way to view it since my windows box has died, and I
haven't dredged up the desire to perform a resurrection.

BTW, I do see that there is an html edit at Google.  On my monitor
it's scrolled off the bottom of the page and you can't see it.  When I
hit F11 to go full screen, I get the link.  So I did try all manner of
ways to get SVG in there.  But I haven't gotten good results.  I'm
assuming it's a mime type issue.  FireFox views the same files just
fine on my local server, which has the mime set..

I believe IE, although I think it recognises mime now, will still use
the extension.

>
> http://david.j.whitehead.googlepages.com/bouger.htm
>
> They could still do with setting there mime type on there server so *.svg on
> it's own can be displayed
>
> Dave
>


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Cheers!
Rick
Received on Friday, 31 March 2006 01:54:23 GMT

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