It works in the Safari 3 beta which is also available for Windows now.
I am not sure about text selection though.
On Jun 22, 2007, at 5:00 AM, Haakon Meland Eriksen wrote:
> Jeffrey Brent McBeth wrote:
>> On Thu, May 31, 2007 at 12:09:49PM -0700, Benjamin Huot wrote:
>>> The SVG site works in latest Opera and Firefox, but not latest
>>> Safari. Safari just downloads the SVG file.
>>> I will test it later in Konqueror.
>> I just tried it in Konqueror 3.5.5, and it works fine.
> Great! I have come across some problems with my "Hello World"-example:
> 1. While the main text is created with the <text> tag, menues and
> headers are drawn paths. I thought the other fonts spiced things up a
> bit, but had to use the to paths function to keep them looking like
> that. Personally, I believe the best way around this problem is to
> recreate font-families as stylesheets. Why require the browser to have
> access to a special font, when you could simply style Courier or
> whatever? You could have one UTF-8 font, and then style it with
> and so on anyway you like. There is probably some good technical
> this is not done. :-)
> 2. Selecting text is not possible in Mozilla Firefox 2.x - this is
> as bad as Flash. Have anyone tried this in Opera, Safari or Konqueror?
> 3. The transparent menu boxes are clickable, but the path
> underneath is
> not. A designer friend pointed this out to me. The text path is below
> the transparent box, so why is the arrow interacting with it? At
> I added the xlink to text path, but then you could only click on the
> path it self, which is hard to do. So the transparent boxes on top
> are a
> work-around, which almost works. Is there some way to specify a
> clickable bounding box around the text path? I imagine this would make
> the text path easy to click, and no extra objects would be needed.
> 4. If the title had been text, and not a path, how would I go about
> marking it as such aka a classic HTML <title>-tag? If you look at the
> example using Firefox 2, you will notice there is no title in the
> bar of your browser. This slows down bookmarking and indexing. Is
> some way to do this today?
> Well, those were the most obvious once to me. I'm sure you have
> other problems whilst developing your own SVG-sites. :-)
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