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From "Robert DiBlasi" <r_dibl...@hotmail.com>
Subject SVGClipPathElementBridge -should this class implement ErrorConstants
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2002 19:51:24 GMT
Hello,

I am starting to look into the Bridge package....To learn how it is 
structured and hopefully create a small tutorial

Qustion:
It looks like org.apache.batik.bridge.SVGClipPathElementBridge
should implement: org.apache.batik.bridge.ErrorConstants

It looks like it was just left off....I am correct?....should I put a bug 
report in?.... I know this is small but it help keep the code in a heathy 
state :-)

P.S. I was wondering about the javadoc comments in class files.....some of 
them ...are....well not very helpful....I am wondering if anyone would mind 
if I start working on suggetion ?

We all learn by sharing what we know
Robert A. DiBlasi
Http://www.svgnotebook.com




>From: "Randall  Clark" <clincon1@bjc.org>
>Reply-To: batik-dev@xml.apache.org
>To: <batik-dev@xml.apache.org>
>Subject: Re: Special Fonts not supported?
>Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2002 13:33:05 -0500
>
>Oh! It's a "Java thing"  We are running on several platforms: MS, Unix, TSE 
>Servers.  I will take a look at the Java fonts settings.  The font is 
>loaded on my system, so I thought Java picked those up automagically if it 
>cannot find them anywhere else...
>
>As far as the svg fonts, is there a place where those are referenced?
>
>Thanks!
>
> >>> thomas.deweese@kodak.com 06/12/02 01:25PM >>>
> >>>>> "RC" == Randall Clark <clincon1@bjc.org> writes:
>
>RC> Can anyone tell me whether fonts such as ZapfDingbats, Dingbats,
>RC> and Symbols are/are not supported in Batik?  If they are is there
>RC> something special I need to know for displaying them in the batik
>RC> browser?
>
>     We get all 'platform fonts' through the JDK.  So if you can use
>them in other Java Applications you should be able to use them in
>Batik.  What platform are you running on?
>
>     On Unix you can muck with 'jre/lib/font.properties' but to be
>honest I don't fully understand how platform fonts work in Java.
>
>     Of course if you really want to make sure you have the font (and
>it's the same on all clients) you probably want to use an SVG font.
>
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Robert A. DiBlasi


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