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From <p...@maikschulz.de>
Subject Re: Re: rendering differences between Batik and Adobe's SVG Plugin
Date Tue, 16 Mar 2004 11:06:02 GMT

Hi Thomas,

the multiple levels of redirection for clip-paths are indeed the work of
Illustrator. We do modify the result, but keep our hands off the
clipping (except that we increase the height of the rectangle).

Thanks,
-Maik

Thomas DeWeese <Thomas.DeWeese@Kodak.com> schrieb am 16.03.2004,
11:53:50:
> post@maikschulz.de wrote:
> 
> > [...] However, the results rendered by Batik look different in 
> 
> > some cases from what the Adobe plugin renders.
> > 
> > Does someone have an idea what is either wrong with the SVG or with
> > Batik and how to fix it?
> 
> Hi Post,
> 
>     I suspect that the problem is the construct below.  In particular
> the use element in the clipPath is invalid.  A Use in clipPath is
> supposed to only reference geometry "directly".  In this case you are
> referencing a switch which further contains a path and text element.
> You should be able to reference the path and text elements directly.
> 
>     Adobe appears to ignore the invalid reference resulting in
> an empty clip-path (so it clips everything).  Batik concatenates
> the geometry and treats that as the clip-path.  Both should issue
> an error.
> 
>     Is this really output directly from Illustrator or has it
> been modified?
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