RE: [svg-developers] Re: External SVG file in an SVG
Is Chromium the same thing as Chrome? I thought Webkit sort of underlay
both Chrome and Safari.
The example at
pixelizes (pixelates?) when zoomed in Chrome (Version 26.0.1410.64 m )
And when I try to go the the bugzilla thing, it tells me that
Bug #229081 does not exist.
I'm a bit confused here, but then I'm not wearing my Google Glass.
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<mailto:svg-developers%40yahoogroups.com> , "David Dailey" <ddailey@...>
> Thanks for the bug number, but I'm not sure quite how to read it. When Isee
> the word "fixed" in the thread, does that mean that in some experimentalIf the bug tracker is accurate it's fixed in WebKit trunk, but not in
> version of webkit, the problems will someday go away?
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- Hi David,
--- In email@example.com, "David Dailey" <ddailey@...> wrote:
> Is Chromium the same thing as Chrome? I thought Webkit sort of underlay
> both Chrome and Safari.
Chromium is the open source project on which Chrome is based. Even before Google announced Blink, the version of WebKit used in Chromium had significant differences from that used in Safari. See  for some specifics.
The point is that, from a glance at the bug trackers, this is something that is fixed in WebKit as used by Safari but not Chromium.
> And when I try to go the the bugzilla thing, it tells me that
> Bug #229081 does not exist.
I believe that since the announcement of Blink, chromium-specific WebKit bugs are gradually being migrated to Google's bug tracker so the bug is actually at code.google.com: