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Re: Blink sets course to deprecate SVG animation

Any thoughts / insights ? BR James ... not gained adoption mostly due to lack of IE support.. if IE gained support, then it's usage increased dramatically my
James Churchman
11:49 AM
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66477

Re: Blink sets course to deprecate SVG animation

Seems too much functionality not covered by other tec to remove it. Its not gained adoption mostly due to lack of IE support.. if IE gained support, then it's
James Churchman
May 1
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66476

Re: Blink sets course to deprecate SVG animation

The excellent Brian Britles summarize the story, and asks if he forgets something : https://birtles.wordpress.com/2015/05/01/what-do-we-do-with-smil/
David Leunen
May 1
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Re: Blink sets course to deprecate SVG animation

This sucks. However, the hard reality is the SMIL practitioners are totally overwhelmed by css. Right now I am doing basic animations via d3.js even in ie.
Bruce Rindahl
Apr 30
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Blink sets course to deprecate SVG animation

https://groups.google.com/a/chromium.org/forum/#!topic/blink-dev/5o0yiO440LM D
David Dailey
Apr 29
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Reminder: The Graphical Web 2015 -- call for papers is open

This year's conference is in Pittsburgh PA, September 23-26 and the call for papers is open http://www.graphicalweb.org/2015/ (this link from
David Dailey
Mar 29
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66472

Re: HTML+SVG+event listener

Hi Jean-Claude, svg is not a focusable element, so it doesn't trigger keyboard events. Replace root with document and it should be fine. Yannick ... De:
yannick.bochatay@...
Mar 23
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HTML+SVG+event listener

I'm disturbed by the following small and simple code which seems correct to me and if it works, must popup an alert each time a key is pressed; but it doesn't
Jean-Claude Moissinac
Mar 23
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66470

Good news concerning SVG SMIL/element-based animation syntax

In yesterday's Minutes, 16 March 2015 SVG WG telcon of the www-svg@... this discussion came up: It sounds as though things are much better than I feared.
David Dailey
Mar 20
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Re: interactive SMIL being dropped by CSS (and thence, presumably by

Hi Domenico, There is more discussion of this and related topics at https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-svg/2015Mar/thread.html under the threads: new
David Dailey
Mar 19
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Re: interactive SMIL being dropped by CSS (and thence, presumably by

OK, how can you find out? Is there a dependable CSS spokesperson who can eventually confirm that this would only affect CSS? I would like to know this before
domenico_strazzullo
Mar 19
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Re: interactive SMIL being dropped by CSS (and thence, presumably by

This comes as little surprise to me. More evidence of how the SVG Working Group has abdicated their responsibilities. Why use SMIL when you can accomplish the
jcdeering1
Mar 16
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66466

Re: interactive SMIL being dropped by CSS (and thence, presumably by

I too would like clarification of this offhand comment. Is it being dropped in CSS only (it was never really there in the first place) or SVG as well? Bruce
Bruce Rindahl
Mar 16
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interactive SMIL being dropped by CSS (and thence, presumably by all

I bring this to your attention since some of you, like me have written applications that make use of SMIL and interactive SMIL. And some of you, like me, have
David Dailey
Mar 15
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66464

Text in shape alignment

Hi, I have a problem with the alignment of the text. I try to reproduce the alignment as the first image. The words are automatically cut to keep the shape of
publicimo
Mar 7
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