Re: [svg-developers] Re: improved SVG text support in Firefox Nightly
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From: Robert Longson
Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2013 9:38 AM
Subject: [svg-developers] Re: improved SVG text support in Firefox Nightly
>> Have they started allowing objects with filters they can't render to
>> receive events?
>No, but we do render all filters. We're just missing two of the six input
>keywords: BackgroundImage and BackgroundAlpha.
OK, I think the problem is that the filter also uses BackgroundImage (this
filter causes whatever's in it's background to change color).
>>Have they started displaying these unfiltered?
>>Better still have they started supporting animated filters?
>We support animation of all filter attributes.
The problem is that the animated filters, which also reference backgrounds
are supposed to receive events. This worked in previous version of Firefox
(and all other browsers at least do this much) but stopped working in
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> The problem is that the animated filters, which also reference backgroundsCreate a bug in bugzilla and attach a small testcase so that we can investigate. Here's a link https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Core&component=SVG
> are supposed to receive events. This worked in previous version of Firefox
> (and all other browsers at least do this much) but stopped working in
> version 20.
- David Dailey wrote:
> It looks as though you’ve not yet implemented textLength=n andI looked into how hard it would be to implement textLength="" and
> Those two would be high on my request list for next projects to
> undertake. Opera, Chrome, Safari and IE have all done them and it
> enables effects such as at
> to have text resize relative to the browser window.
lengthAdjust="" now that the SVG text rewrite is done, and it turned out
– at least for those attribute on <text>, but not on <tspan> and
<textPath> – to be pretty simple.
Let me know if you find any problems.