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Re: Prague Astronomical Clock simulator

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  • Andreas
    Hi Jan, you didn t work with a SVG-Programm? Respect. Maybe you want to write a tutorial? Pawel
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 23, 2012
      Hi Jan,

      you didn't work with a SVG-Programm? Respect. Maybe you want to write a tutorial?

      Pawel

      --- In svg-developers@yahoogroups.com, "honyk" <j.tosovsky@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi Pawel,
      >
      > > > http://drifted.in/horologium-app/
      >
      > > How you created the basic SVG?
      >
      > Core astronomical clock parts consist of simple graphics (circles, arcs,
      > lines). They are quite easy to reproduce. Most of it follows special
      > spherical astronomy rules. Labels and symbols are vectorized manually (from
      > a high resolution photograph) and converted into my custom font. This allows
      > me to render individual letters using the 'text on path' SVG feature. The
      > final appearance is driven by CSS styles.
      >
      > Generating is based on the skeleton SVG file with a very basic structure and
      > unique IDs. This base graphics is processed in the XML pull parser where all
      > the key IDs trigger the injection of the corresponding non-static SVG code
      > fragments (calculated for the current settings). The final SVG file is
      > temporarily stored and referenced in the HTML page.
      >
      > Jan
      >
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