FreeBSD's SVG logos are broken(was Re: FreeBSD Logo)
mitch at mdickinson.org
Tue Aug 22 07:56:56 UTC 2006
On 08/21/06 23:14 PM, Nikolas Britton wrote:
> On 8/21/06, Mitch <mitch at mdickinson.org> wrote:
> >I'm not sure if something as already been fixed, but it looks fine on
> >all my browsers (firefox on freebsd, linux, windows, konqueror on
> >freebsd, ie6 on windows).
> IE6 and Konqueror don't have, native, SVG support... lets recap:
> 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
> If you don't have a browser with "native" SVG support here are
> screenshots of the bad logos:
Sorry, I was refering to the png you mentioned, not the svg...and I'll
admit I didn't read very closely.
Looks like the svg was exported from Illustrator, with some dependancy
on Adobe extensions of some sort. I grabbed Adobe's SVG viewer thing on
a windows box, but IE complains about the xml.
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