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From Safurudin Mahic <>
Subject Re: [Trinidad] tr:chart and Adobe SVG Viewer
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2007 21:50:27 GMT
Trinidad doesn't depend on or use Adobe SVG viewer. Trinidad generates 
SVG xml, which is a W3C
XML standard for describing vector graphics. Some browsers
use the Adobe SVG plugin to be able to render the graphics, but as the
EOL on the Adobe website says, most browsers have native support for 
viewing SVG nowadays.
Also, discontinuing support for the SVG viewer application doesn't mean 
you can't download or
use that application/plugin to view svg which the chart component 
generates. Henceforth, this is of
no concern for Trinidad or the chart component.


Geetha Rodricks skrev:
> Hi
> We use the Trinidad suite of components in our project. We were using the
> cewolf for charting and are thinking of using the Trinidad Chart component.
> From what I have gathered Trinidad chart uses the Adobe SVS plugin. But
> Adobe have decided to discontinue support for the SVG viewer. A line from
> their site - "Please note that Adobe has announced
> <> that it will discontinue support for
> Adobe SVG Viewer on January 1, 2008. "
> Before we start using the chart component I would like to know how this
> affects the Trinidad chart component and what the plans are?
> Thanks
> Regards
> Geetha

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