Formal comments (was:Re: [svg-developers] Re: Animated instances (was: Animation and begin=mouseover in )
On Friday, March 01, 2002, 1:24:49 PM, fruc13 wrote:
f> I proposed them add an xlink:actuate attribute at least to the image
f> element, this would enable an image to begin loading after an event
f> and not always at the beginning of the main svg. This would enable
f> sequential downloading of animated images, so that the first part of
f> the animation would load faster.
Yes, we read that.
f> iztok jeras
f> P.S.: About formal comments, I send comments to www-svg@...
That is a discussion list, not a comment drop-box. (btw its @...)
f> that I can see their reactions if they answer (they mostly don't).
Comments are addressed - in the next draft, and after the WG as a whole
has discussed them. Or we say (as we did in the recent last call
draft) that particular comments are not addressed.
f> it better to send them to www-svg-comments@...?
If you also want to discuss them, then copy the comments here.
f> --- In svg-developers@y..., "Antoine Quint" <antoine@g...> wrote:
>> > About SVG 1.1 supporting separate animation for instances, is it
>> > Is there something like these in SVG 1.1?
>> I don't think it is clear at the moment. Feel free to send a formal
>> comment that will be taken into account by the Working Group at
- simonjbradleyuk wrote:
> Works fine, if I want to use the object just once. However I want toWell, if you want to animate all the instances in the same way, and @
> use the <use> element many times, each one having a seperate id. But
> that means that the begin attribute for the source object must
> include all the <use> element ids?
the same time, you can simply animate the def'd object.
<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">
<rect id="r1" width="10" height="10"/>
<animateTransform xlink:href="#r1" attributeName="transform"
type="rotate" values="0;360" dur="3s" repeatDur="indefinite" begin="mouseover"/>
<use xlink:href="#r1" x="30" y="30"/>
<use xlink:href="#r1" x="60" y="60"/>