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From Andreas Neumann <neum...@karto.baug.ethz.ch>
Subject Re: Batik 1.5 and MacOSX10.2.6 startup problems
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2003 21:17:46 GMT
The good news is - that I got Batik running on my system! after I removed all
fonts from /Library/Fonts and from /Users/myUser/Library/Fonts

The other good news: the quality seems ok, same than in Linux/Windows.

I still have to find out which of the font files caused the problem ... I send
more feedback when I know more about it.

The mirulous thing is, that still a lot of fonts appear in the Apple Macintosh
applications (f.e. TextEdit). Are there more places where MacOSX looks for fonts?

Has anyone a good source on MacOSX and font administration.

----

the bad news is, that Squiggle feels a lot slower than on Linux and Windows. I
used it regularly on Linux and Windows, where it felt equally fast. But on
MacOSX it feels considerably slower, though my Machine is up to date: 1GB Ram,
1Ghz PPC G4 processor.

Any idea why it is so slow on MacOSX? Every time it rerenders the DOM-tree (the
part where it says "Rendering internal tree...") it is  very slow. To give you
an idea: the mapSpain.svg example included with the distribution takes 16 to 18
seconds to render on MacOSX - I don't have a windows/Linux machine currently to
compare, but I had the impression it was considerably faster.

All the best,
Andreas

Zitiere Thomas DeWeese <Thomas.DeWeese@Kodak.com>:

> Anthony J. Starks wrote:
> 
> > FYI, I've documented the font problems with Batik/Mac OSX/JVM 1.4
> using 
> > both the Apple and Apache bug tracking systems.
> 
>      Thanks for doing this.  Does Apple have a bug 'voting' system like
> Sun's Java Developer Connection?
> 
> 
> 
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