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From Vincent Hardy <vincent.ha...@sun.com>
Subject Re: Tooltip deceptive on very thin lines
Date Thu, 18 Oct 2001 09:26:09 GMT
Gavin,

The clip seems to be a bug. I have the tooltip displayed properly 
though. Which version of Batik are you using?
V.

Gavin.Walker@csiro.au wrote:
> 
> Hi,
>   Still playing with tooltips in the SVG Browser.  We are generating very
> "thin" lines, in attempt to make them one pixel thick on the display.  In
> the attached example, not only does the top line look somewhat "clipped"
> but the apparent width is greater than the width that triggers the tool
> tip.  It has a width of 0.00001.  The pink one, on the other hand, has a
> width of 0.001 and is much more friendly.
> 
>   I'm going to use % widths as a better solution to getting thin lines when
> the viewport is small. The above is probably still a bug.  I wonder if
> there should be a way to get a line a fixed pixel size independent of zoom.
> Then, bitmapped icons would be nice too.  ;)
> 
> Gavin Walker
> Canberra, Australia
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