I've just started working on a new page for the website, about
animation and Inkscape. So I was looking at the info in the manual, and I
noticed this page: http://tavmjong.free.fr/SVG/ANIMATION/.
The illustration in the middle section of that page, Animation and
CSS, doesn't seem to work with Firefox. The other 2 illustrations do show
the animation when I click on them. But nothing with the one in the middle.
Note that the image is animated on click, in IE11.
Is this a known problem -- with the manual or with Firefox? Should
make bug report in LP Documentation account?
Thanks for your help,
Hi Martin and Friends,
The last link on the Books and Manuals page has recently come to my
attention, which is neither a book or a manual: http://www.learnsvg.com/.
Maren and I were discussing it, and thought we might need to put the
question to the devel list. But I thought well let's ask Martin first.
My first thought was to just drop it from the website, being about
much more advanced use of SVG than most Inkscape users would be interested
in. My second thought was to add another section to the Learn page, with
links to info like that (because I have a few more links to info on SVG
coding (including for animation, on my site, that could be used here). Or
if not on the Learn page, a new page for Learn menu, although I'm not sure
if there's enough info for a whole new page. Another one of our thoughts,
was add the link to the About SVG section of developer faq on the wiki.
And I think we're pretty open for other suggestions, as well. The
only thing I am sure of, is that it probably does not belong on the Books
and Manuals page :-)
In my search for info for the new About SVG page, I came across
this: http://www.graphicalweb.org/2015/. Just curious if anyone from the
Inkscape community will participate, or has in the past?
Also, at the bottom of that page, I see who is connected to the
Learn SVG website. So perhaps it's not about to bitrot away after all (good
Some anonymous feedback to keep a note of for our website structure.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Anonymous User <unknown@...85...>
Date: 4 March 2015 at 19:48
Subject: Website Feedback
To: Martin Owens <doctormo@...2...>
To all you who spent a lot of precious time for such a performence :
I'm not presicely concerned by this project but someone I useully
contact may be so interested in.
I would like to knew when a book will be put on sale.
May you excuse me for my poor english , but it's a long time I did'nt use it.
So many thanks and keep on.