RE: [svg-developers] Chrome not rendering image as expected (other browsers do)
- Thanks Jeff, you're right.
Of the Oss I've tried it's for Chrome on Windows XP and Windows 7 that the problem occurs.
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> From: Jeff Schiller [mailto:codedread@...]
> Sent: 22 March 2012 23:19
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [svg-developers] Chrome not rendering image as
> expected (other browsers do)
> Looks fine to me in Chrome on OSX. What OS is this?
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 4:53 AM, AndrewB
> <a.j.brasher@...> wrote:
> > **
> > Hello
> > I'm hoping to get some guidance on why Chrome is not
> rendering a SVG
> > image as expected.
> > Here is a svg file which displays two icons
> > http://www.basher-sounds.co.uk/ou/svg/test/icon-test-defs.svg .
> > They both render as expected in recent versions of Firefox, Safari,
> > and IE9. However in Chrome the lightbulb icon (on the right) has a
> > missing ellipse which it appears as white blob. Both the icons were
> > created in Adode Illustrator then exported as SVG. (Note- I
> edited the
> > element ids to amke them unique so that many such icon
> defintions can
> > be used in the same SVG file).
> > FYI here is a PNG showing how the lightbulb icon should appear
> > http://www.basher-sounds.co.uk/ou/svg/test/position.png
> > and here is one showing the icon as it appears in Chrome
> > with a white blob).--
> > Can anyone tell me if there is known issue with Chrome that
> might be
> > causing this?
> > The ellipse has a linear gradient and a feColorMatrix filter but
> > Googling arouund I can't see any issues reported but might
> have missed
> > them. Any help much appreciated!
> > Thanks and best wishes
> > Andrew
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