3286RE: [svg-developers] Re: ie6 & standards
- Apr 3, 2001VML is not "part" of IE5 - it is a rendering behavior. An SVG rendering
behavior could be developed in exactly the same way that Microsoft developed
a rendering behavior for VML.
From: Dylan [mailto:dylans@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 12:25 AM
Subject: [svg-developers] Re: ie6 & standards
--- In svg-developers@y..., goessner@m... wrote:
> i want to link the community to this article about new ie6 and web
> standards ..
> i consider remarkable here, what dave massy says:
> "Microsoft follows the philosophy that this content is
> not applicable to everyone and could be a heavy burden to pay every
> time you fired up your Web browser. Microsoft therefore provides the
> hooks through the component technology of Behaviors introduced in
> Internet Explorer 5 so others can supply this functionality. This
> allows specialists in this area to supply a Math rendering component
> that integrates very tightly with an HTML document."
I would think that since Microsoft considered VML important enough to
include in IE5, that adding SVG to the browser would not be considered
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