[svg-developers] help newbie

2008-09-29 Thread ml41782
I'm new to the SVG but not new to XML. With that said, I'm confused with the idea of trying to use XSL to create a SVG for my XML. This is for a personal web server in my home ( windows XP running Appache 2.2) . I use the XML to just create html tables to monitor my solar and wind power

[svg-developers] loss of time axis ? Any Suggestions ??

2008-09-29 Thread narendra sisodiya
While drawing svg in any editor, there is a loss of time axis. I am trying developing a whiteboard application, but when teacher draw two rectangle, both are displayed at same time, there is no difference in drawing sequence, I want to have a screen casting effect but with svg, Is there any

[svg-developers] Re: loss of time axis ? Any Suggestions ??

2008-09-29 Thread Helder Magalhães
Is there any standard for storing time axis information [?] If you are able to record events in a timely fashion, you may be able to reproduce them using SMIL [1]. Don't know if this approach was ever attempted! ;-) Note that SMIL support is still not very widely supported among

RE: [svg-developers] loss of time axis ? Any Suggestions ??

2008-09-29 Thread Dailey, David P.
Hi, Try the following in either IE/Adobe plugin or Opera 9 or above or WebKit nightly build: svgxmlns=http://www.w3.org/2000/svg; width=100% xmlns:xlink=http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink; circle id=X r=50 cx=100 cy=100 animate attributeName=opacity dur=3s values=1;0;0 repeatCount=indefinite/

[svg-developers] Re: How to print over multiple pages?

2008-09-29 Thread Mark S.
Thanks for your response. I guess most people are using SVG for web graphics (thus the number of books with the word web in their titles). Don't know how you would support industrial cad processes without being able to print out over more than one page. Oh well. So, if I have this right, I'll

Re: [svg-developers] shadow projections

2008-09-29 Thread David Leunen
Thanks for your reply, feOffset tends to be so slow (and I'm not quite sure why) I guess it's an implementation problem. I can't see why it should be slower than a translation transform. Your example didn't come through Sorry. Here is my quick example :

RE: [svg-developers] shadow projections

2008-09-29 Thread Dailey, David P.
I actually quite like the solution you have, but also agree that additional features would be useful. I'd be quite interested to see an inverse displacement map, since I have gotten the suspicion that the spec may be just fuzzy enough here that the way browsers implement varies considerably, in

Re: [svg-developers] Re: loss of time axis ? Any Suggestions ??

2008-09-29 Thread narendra sisodiya
On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 7:22 PM, Helder Magalhães [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any standard for storing time axis information [?] If you are able to record events in a timely fashion, you may be able to reproduce them using SMIL [1]. Don't know if this approach was ever attempted!

Re: [svg-developers] loss of time axis ? Any Suggestions ??

2008-09-29 Thread narendra sisodiya
Thanks a lot David, I am going with 2nd approach, * You can also control svg visibility through javascript (by getting the object through DOM) and then modifying attributes (either opacity or visibility or display) in the middle of a window.setTimeout* I am modifying simple richdraw Editor (

[svg-developers] Fun with i-phones (a couple of ideas) -- [web-apps, 3D-accelerometers, accessibility, 3D-canvas]

2008-09-29 Thread Dailey, David P.
Explanation: This is only vaguely SVG-ish but has to do with events, web-apps, interface and drawing. I thought the SVG-developers group would have significant expertise here, and possible interest. (I'm also not sure if a posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] as a non-member would actually work or not

[svg-developers] Fw: SVG SMIL in Mozilla

2008-09-29 Thread Cameron McCormack
- Forwarded message from Karl Dubost [EMAIL PROTECTED] - From: Karl Dubost [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 12:16:12 +0900 To: Dick Bulterman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: SVG SMIL in Mozilla Archived-At: http://www.w3.org/mid/[EMAIL PROTECTED] FYI On