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Re: Safari 3.2.1 with ASV 3.0 won't View Source

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  • Kenneth N
    To close the loop on this, back in December 2008 I did write a Webkit Bugzilla report and just today I got the word that they fixed the bug, 25 months later!
    Message 1 of 14 , Feb 1 3:49 PM
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      To close the loop on this, back in December 2008 I did write a Webkit Bugzilla report and just today I got the word that they fixed the bug, 25 months later!
      https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14242
      I haven't downloaded the lastest nightly build yet, so haven't confirmed it.
      —Ken Nellis

      --- In svg-developers@yahoogroups.com, Kenneth Nellis <nellisks@...> wrote:
      >
      > Thanx to Andreas and Frank for their helpful responses and apologies
      > for my second post appealing for help on the same subject.
      >
      > Frank, I followed up on your idea that applying font-size directly as
      > <text> element attributes rather than in style attributes. This
      > worked to a point: I could control the text size in Safari down to
      > 0.3pt (if I recall correctly), but this was still too big, but if I
      > made the size any smaller, Safari would ignore my specification and
      > generate the huge text.
      >
      > Andreas, your JavaScript solution is creative—and works in all
      > browsers I tested, even Mac/IE 5.2.3—but I think it points out that
      > the real solution is for the program that generates these SVG files
      > to specify the coordinates on a higher-resolution grid so that I can
      > specify font-size in a higher unit count. Do you think this is worthy
      > of a Webkit Bugzilla report?
      >
      > —Ken
      >
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