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low resolution in native svg firefox (2.x) plugin

From: Migliore Maurizio (Consultant Pride-Na) <m.migliore@pride.it>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2007 14:56:33 +0100
Message-ID: <71E9637DB9A0DB11A728000102055437264686@c99-074.prina.pride.it>
To: www-svg@w3.org

I'm writing a client/server application of maps for OpenNMS (a network
management OPEN SOURCE project www.opennms.org). On the main project you can
find a version that works only under IE (adobe 3.0 or 6 beta plugins). Now
I'm porting it on firefox.

If I try to view the attached Map.svg with firefox (2.0.0.x for windows)
with native svg viewer,
I notice that the resolution is low. It's similar to adobe's plugin lower
quality visualization.
The same version of firefox for linux has better resolution. 

Why this low resolution? 
Is there a way to set high resolution/quality in similar way of adobe svg

thanks in advance,

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