Re: Firefox 5
I'll be responding to your points below:
--- In email@example.com, "Robert Longson" <longsonr@...> wrote:
> > No support of filters that require the background graphic (yes I do have an enableBackground="new" attribute in my root element). Objects with filters that require this just don't appear (but can receive events).
> None of Firefox 5, 6 or 7 will have that unfortunately.
This is unfortunate as I use this a great deal.
> > No way to zoom or pan (or is there one I can't find?).
> Zoom and pan is implemented but there is no UI. You can roll your own e.g. https://jwatt.org/svg/tests/zoom-and-pan-controls.svg
> > image elements (particularly ones referencing SVG files) aren't always placed correctly.
> > Some issues with fonts being wrong, the wrong size or text missing (seems to be fancyer fonts that are the problem).
> There is a text layout fix in Firefox 6 but there are still known issues even now. We do insist that font-size has units if it's set using CSS which may be an issue for you. Are these WOFF fonts or SVG fonts or TrueType fonts or something else? Again an example would help.
I haven't checked how I've specified the units. Early on I just worked on the basis that px would be used as the default but I think I changed that, I may have missed some. I think the problem is mostly with SVG fonts (I only use them or common fonts that are likely to be on the user's computer - the latter is the majority and those seem to work coretly).
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