FreeBSD's SVG logos are broken(was Re: FreeBSD Logo)
nikolas.britton at gmail.com
Wed Aug 23 15:06:21 UTC 2006
On 8/23/06, Karol Kwiatkowski <freebsd at orchid.homeunix.org> wrote:
> On 22/08/2006 08:14, Nikolas Britton wrote:
> > FreeBSD's SVG logos are broken. They do not "render" correctly in
> > browsers with native SVG support, AFAIK Firefox 1.5 and Opera 9 are
> > the only browsers with "native" SVG support.
> > If you do have a browser with "native" SVG support try viewing the SVG
> > logo here: http://www.freebsd.org/logo/logo-basic.svg
> I'm not familiar with SVG but could it be that logos are rendered
> badly in firefox because SVG 1.1 is not fully supported?
> Here's implementation status:
> Just a thought. I'm not sure about Opera.
I tried exporting it has SVG 1.0. If you open the SVG file in a text
editor (it's XML) the logos that don't render correctly have raster
images encoded inline. I believe this is why they don't render
Also It doesn't matter what the problems are, we still need to
separate the logos and provide them in alternate forms, EPS and a
hi-res Tiff image. You can't send 10 images in one file to press...
It's not how the print industry works.... Like I said in my previous
post, I'll do the work but only if I get a nod from a commiter with
access to the website.
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