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SVG animation issue

Hi, the css animation of the svg:circle looks weird. It seems that the size of the bbox does not follow the size of the circle itself. As a result the circle from time to… (read more)

Hi,

the css animation of the svg:circle looks weird. It seems that the size of the bbox does not follow the size of the circle itself. As a result the circle from time to time is cut at borders. I have not faced this problem with other browsers. The problems seems to appear on Windows 7/10 only. On Mac this looks better.

https://jsfiddle.net/j974Lkq8/

https://jsfiddle.net/dnvaw7to/

When I use SVG animation all is fine. https://jsfiddle.net/gex5rL3o/

Regards, Maciej

Asked by maciejo 1 year ago

Last reply by WestEnd 1 year ago

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Enabling Adobe SVG in FF 12.0

I have recently upgraded from version 3 to version 12 and used to be able to use Adobe SVG 6.0 by disabling the default viewer through About:Config. However after updatin… (read more)

I have recently upgraded from version 3 to version 12 and used to be able to use Adobe SVG 6.0 by disabling the default viewer through About:Config. However after updating to Firefox 12 I am no longer able to disable the native SVG viewer (I have tried both svg.enabled + svg.smil.enabled).

Could you please advise how I can disable the built in SVG viewer to allow Adobe SVG to work? Failing that how can I revert back to Firefox 3.6 safely?

The error I get through the default viewer is:

XML Parsing Error: not well-formed
Location: <removed URL>
Line Number 1, Column 1:

I can confirm this worked through Adobe SVG 6.0 enabled.

Thank you very much in advance!

Asked by SHRMark 8 years ago

Last reply by Jonathan Watt 8 years ago

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Can I disable native SVG rendering in FF9.0?

I'm not sure if this is the right place to be asking this, but is it possible to disable native SVG rendering in FF9.0? In FF3.6, this was possible via the svg.enabled op… (read more)

I'm not sure if this is the right place to be asking this, but is it possible to disable native SVG rendering in FF9.0? In FF3.6, this was possible via the svg.enabled option, but this seems to have been removed from the options in FF9.0.

Note: The reason for wanting to disable FF's native SVG rendering is due to the lack of native pan/zoom UI. As a result, we want to use Adobe SVG Viewer 6.0 which provides this native UI.

Asked by non_existent 8 years ago

Last reply by David Tenser 8 years ago