Max Khitrov wrote:
> Max Khitrov wrote:
>> Alex Pimperton wrote:
>>> The SVG graph is one of the features I struggle with as i'm often
>>> swapping between computers that don't have SVG installed, and
>>> downloading and installing the plugin everytime gets very boring.
>> I'm with you on that one, but since there does seem to be quite a lot
>> of support for SVG, how about we change the discussion a little bit...
>> Why not use SVG as the default presentation, but also put in a check
>> to see if the user's browser supports SVG. If not, then have a
>> fallback mechanism that's something like my graph.
>> Both use the same interface to retrieve the data, so it's only a
>> matter of adding a few extra files to the distribution. If there's no
>> way to check if SVG is supported on a browser (haven't dealt with
>> SVG, so don't know), then make it an option for the user to pick. No
>> real downside to it IMHO.
>> - Max
> So is this issue dead or what? Just out of curiosity, I just installed
> Firefox 1.5 Beta 2 - it does show the graph, but there's no data on
> it, so I don't know where you guys are getting the support from.
can see where the code is failing. I'm running the latest nightly on,
FC3 (Mozilla/5.0 X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.8b5 Gecko/20051022
Firefox/1.5). The traffic graph is pretty funky looking but, the CPU
graph displays fine, just no data.
> Would really like to see some alternative to the SVG graph, whatever
> it is...
> - Max
Lexington, Kentucky U.S.A.