Is there some way to test "raw" webkit rather than some application that uses it?
Also I know that ASV makes a better job of displaying my web comic than Google Chrome or Safari. Therefore it would be nice to have SVG rendered in ASV if the user has it. I've no idea how future versions of Renesis (Webkit seems better than the last version I tested), that other plug in I just read about or any others that come along will compare to future versions of Webkit, so there's the same issue with them.
A code that can detect any plug-ins (or SVG capable browsers) and will recomend downloads (and perhaps give the option of using svgweb) would be nice. Is it easy (possible) to have such a thing?
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Andi Neumann" <a.neumann@...> wrote:
> it is not a "new" plugin. It is built on top of the Webkit engine.
> If your SVG works with Webkit it will work in:
> * Safari
> * Google Chrome
> * Google Chrome Frame
> * Google Earth
> * Konqueror (with Webkit mode)
> * iPhone/iPod
> All of them share the same rendering engine.
> So just make sure your SVG works with Webkit and it will work with all of those browsers.
> Besides, Google Chrome Frame not only includes SVG support, but also canvas support, video support, and more of the HTML5 and CSS world.
> I know - the drawback is that it is a plugin that people have to download and install.