Michael Hanselmann wrote:
> SVG is a web standard and the appropriate way to create vector
> graphics on the web. Why shouldn't m0n0wall use it? Just because some
> widely used browser doesn't support it yet? Give it some months and it
> will be supported more.
I agree with you in terms of what would be ideal, but you do realize
that the standard you point out was posted on 14 January 2003, right? I
haven't updated to the newest FireFox yet (mainly because I use the moox
builds and he hasn't released anything past 1.6), but as far as my
experience goes, SVG is still not supported on most of the browsers.
Given how long the standard has been out I think that many other users
would agree that SVG has issues with being accepted, even though it may
be the standard on paper.
At any rate, I'm just offering an alternative that, in my view, would be
more convenient and just as functional. :)