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From: <ewald.schmidt222@freenet.de>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 09:56:20 +0100
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1H4ZFs-0005kb-N2@www8.emo.freenet-rz.de>
I use the SVG validator to validate large SVG files that consist of several graphics that are nested within the main file. Each file within the main file was tested separately and no error or warning was reported. As soon as the smaller files are assembled to produce the large file, over a hundred warning messages are reported, all referring to 'rx' and 'ry' attributes of rectangles, for example:
warning #129: line: 1384
The 'ry' attribute of the <rect> element is greater than half of the height of the rectangle: the user agent will process the <rect> element with the effective value for 'ry' as half of the height of the rectangle.
All warnings refer to rectangles, some of which are not even present in the given line.. In addition, the 'rx' and the 'ry' attributes in no way exceed half of the heigth of the respective rectangle. For example, this statement gets a warning:
<rect x="22" y="22" width="360" height="200" rx="15" ry="15" />
This is o.k.:
<rect x="22" y="22" width="360" height="200" rx="10" ry="10" />
What's wrong? I am looking forward to your answer. Thanks for your time.
Ewald Schmidt

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