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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] Embedding_SVG_Fonts Fri Feb 21 22:00:03 2003
Date Fri, 21 Feb 2003 21:00:04 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=Embedding_SVG_Fonts , version: 12 on Fri Feb
21 20:11:07 2003 by 138.73.16.5

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- In the Cocoon world, often SVG is employed as an XML-friendly means of creating raster graphics
through the SVGSerializer. Cocoon's use of SVG can, of course, be much more complex than that:
with the Adobe SVG Viewer's (v3) support for animation elements, Cocoon can be used to generate
SVG that rivals Flash in graphical user experience. For instance, for the last two years at
the Historical Event Markup and Linking Project ([Heml|http://heml.mta.ca]), we've been using
Cocoon to generate SVG [timelines|http://heml.mta.ca/heml-cocoon/sample-timeline] and [animated
historical maps|http://heml.mta.ca/heml-cocoon/sample-animation]. (We can rasterize out static
versions of these materials, but hyperlinking and animations are lost in the process.) 
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+ In the Cocoon world, often SVG is employed as an XML-friendly means of creating raster graphics
through the SVGSerializer. Cocoon's use of SVG can, of course, be much more complex than that:
with the Adobe SVG Viewer's (v3) support for animation elements, Cocoon can be used to generate
SVG that rivals Flash in graphical user experience. For instance, for the last two years at
the Historical Event Markup and Linking Project ([Heml|http://heml.mta.ca]), we've been using
Cocoon to generate SVG [timelines|http://heml.mta.ca/heml-cocoon/sample-timeline] and [animated
historical maps|http://heml.mta.ca/heml-cocoon/sample-animated-map.html]. (We can rasterize
out static versions of these materials, but hyperlinking and animations are lost in the process.)

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